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What did Darwin Nunes do to make the whole Premier League ‘fever’?

18 Th4 2022 | 13:59

Darwin Nunes is being chased by nearly 10 clubs in the Premier League. So what did the Benfica striker do to make the country “fever” for him?

In the second round of the quarter-finals of this season, Liverpool beat Benfica 3-1 in the first round, and I am in a good mood. However, Jurgen Klopp’s army still had to concede three times as opponents were judged to be weaker. Darwin Nunes was like the heart and soul of the Eagles during that heated protest at Benfica.



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Darwin Nunes scored in both legs of Benfica’s Champions League quarter-final tie against Liverpool.Photo: Internet

Despite having to make a guest appearance at Anfield, the young Uruguayan still knows how to make himself the center of the game. Without VAR, Darwin Nunes would have scored the hat-trick of a lifetime in one of the world’s most prestigious arenas. However, it was enough for Darwin to introduce himself to the entire Misty Lands.

Fitness and bodybuilding (1m87) is perhaps Darwin Nunez’s most prominent element. Despite knowing that La Liga is far less intense than the Premier League. However, the 22-year-old’s healthy background suggests it’s well ahead of the rest of the league he’s played in. That’s why experts say Darwin Nunes is a perfect fit for the Premier League football environment.

Not only that, the Uruguayan player is not only rated as a very high level for his age in terms of strength, finishing skills, movement and speed. Keep in mind that this season, the ability to break the wind and the finishing touches has allowed the No. 9 jersey to contribute 33 goals and four assists to Benfica. Even a lot of people feel that Darwin Nunes and his older brother Luis Suarez have similarities in their style of play.



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Not only in the Premier League, but Paris Saint-Germain are also very interested in having a Benfica striker.Photo: Internet

All these factors make the Uruguayan player a “hot commodity” in next summer’s transfer window. According to the Daily Mail, Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Newcastle, West Ham, Chelsea and even Tottenham are all very interested in having Darwin Nunes’ signature before the start of the 2022/23 season.

It’s no secret that Benfica will struggle to keep the main striker when Darwin chooses Jorge Mendes as his agent. However, compared to the deal that Joao Felix once left Portugal with for a hefty transfer fee, When the Eagles have the freedom to bid freely for their precious gem, they certainly don’t let it go.

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