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Darwin Nunez snubs Sadio Mane while discussing Liverpool's "monster" attack

Liverpool's "monster" attacking team - but appears to have forgotten about Bayern Munich-bound Sadio Mane. Nunez has become the Reds' new club-record £85million transfer from Benfica, surpassing the £75m transfer record fee the club had paid for Virgil van Dijk from Southampton back in 2018. The Uruguayan has committed his future to Anfield for the next six years following an initial fee of £64m which is due to rise with add-ons.As he prepares to join his new team mates ahead of pre-season next month, Nunez left a special mention to the attackers he will be playing alongside.

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Liverpool fans have got the jitters after seeing Jurgen Klopp's line-up for tonight's Champions League quarter-final second leg against Benfica.The Reds are strong favourites to win the tie having secured a 3-1 victory in Lisbon last week, but after fielding a team that wouldn't look out of place in an FA Cup third-round fixture, Liverpool fans are genuinely concerned that it might end up being a long old night for them.First-team shoe-ins Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, Virgil van Dijk and Trent Alexander-Arnold have all been dropped, while the likes of Joe Gomez and Konstantinos Tsimikas have been handed unexpected run-outs in defence.Elsewhere, James Milner has replaced Thiago in midfield, Ibrahima Konate comes in for Van Dijk, and Luis Diaz, Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino lead the line (check out the full line-up below)."That's a lot of changes for only having a 2 goal advantage," one nervous fan tweeted."Feels like we're underestimating them," said a second, while another wrote: "I get the need to rotate and keep our strongest fit, but I really don't know about that midfield."Is Jurgen Klopp's line-up too weak? Let us know what you think in the comments section.A fourth fan wrote: Is this am FA Cup third-round game? … Guys see what happened to Real yesterday? … 2 goal lead is nothing they can comeback."Klopp will almost certainly be keen to keep his stars as fresh as possible, especially with Liverpool still fighting on all three available fronts, and an FA Cup semi-final against Manchester City coming in just a few days.And with just a point separating them and City at the top of the Premier League, the title run-in is shaping up to be one of the most nail-biting in history.Let's see if Klopp's risk pays off, shall we?