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Takumi Minamino is 'not the end product' and 'can only become better' says Liverpool's Pep Lijnders

Posted On: 19 Oct 2021   |   Posted By: Daily Mail

Takumi Minamino is 'not the end product' and 'can only become better' says Liverpool's Pep Lijnders

Liverpool assistant coach Pep Lijnders has said that Takumi Minamino still has a future at Anfield, claiming the Japan international is 'not the end product'.

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