Liverpool are always working to improve the backroom staff and maximise the support team around Jurgen Klopp.
And they’ve just added another body in the form of Sylvain N’Diaye, according to Spanish outlet AS (translated by Sport Witness).
The former Marseille midfielder played for Senegal alongside El Hadji-Diouf and Salif Diao at the 2002 World Cup, but was working as a scout for PSG until his recent Liverpool appointment.
The report claims N’Diaye will take an intricate role scouting Spanish football, under the guidance of Kiko Espinar, following his spells at Tenerife and Levante as a player.
We actually haven’t signed a first-team player from Spain since Alberto Moreno arrived in 2014, which is mighty interesting.
Jurgen Klopp has preferred to either buy from the Premier League, Italy or Germany – so has yet to splash the cash on a La Liga star.
Perhaps N’Diaye will help to find him a gem!
Either way, Liverpool’s recruitment has been undeniably superb in recent windows. We’ve acquired bargain stars like Andrew Robertson, signed one of the best players on the planet for under £40m in Mo Salah – and splashed big to fix our defence with the Alisson and Virgil van Dijk arrivals.
Combined, these acquisitions have made Liverpool genuine title contenders.