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Gylfi Sigurdsson is a set piece specialist, a threat from long range and a lovely passer.
So you might wonder why he can't get into the Hoffenheim lineup.
Hoffenheim have Roberto Firmino, a future world class footballer, playing in Sigurdsson's position.
What a smart piece of dealing from Brendan Rodgers to bring in Sigurdsson, who is a classy operator.
Sigurdsson had an outstanding game against West Bromwich Albion, where he was a class above the rest.
The loan signing of Josh McEachran from Chelsea is another a good deal.
He won't be playing in an attacking position because Sigurdsson is a superior player right now.
McEachran's best chance of starting would be to beat out Leon Britton for a position.