Liverpool midfielder Thiago Alcantara has admitted that he is still yet to adapt to the demands of the Premier League.
There were high hopes on the player when he joined the Reds from Bayern Munich last summer but having struggled to cement his place in the team, there have been suggestions that the Spaniard is struggling to fit in Jurgen Klopp system something he has vehemently denied.
"In the end what we all want is to play in a winning style. I have been lucky enough to play for two teams that throughout their history have had a winning style, such as Barça and Bayern, and right now I am in one, Liverpool, which also has that winning gene,” the player told AS.
"It is a different league, but it only changes the way we want to play, the way the matches are planned is different from Bayern and Bayern was different from Barça. It is a time of evolution, of learning. You have to be better than the previous year if possible."
Thiago:— The Anfield Talk (@TheAnfieldTalk) March 23, 2021
“I'm at a club in Liverpool that has that winning DNA. It is a different league and that obviously leads to a difference in the way we want to play as a team; the way we approach games is different to Bayern.” [AS] pic.twitter.com/MPAcQ7rBkM