Has Jurgen Klopp shelved Liverpool's Darwin Nunez experiment?

Jurgen Klopp and Darwin Nunez
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When Liverpool signed Darwin Nunez for a potential club record fee last summer, it was safe to assume that the Uruguayan was viewed as Liverpool's new attacking centre-piece.

Nunez's signing, following on from Luis Diaz's arrival six months earlier and Sadio Mane's departure, presented a new era for Liverpool's attack.

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Matt Ladson is the co-founder and editor of This Is Anfield, the independent Liverpool news and comment website, and covers all areas of the Reds for FourFourTwo – including transfer analysis, interviews, title wins and European trophies. As well as writing about Liverpool for FourFourTwo he also contributes to other titles including Yahoo and Bleacher Report. He is a lifelong fan of the Reds.