Elliott changes number in hopes of proving himself to follow in Mane’s footsteps

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Liverpool’s Harvey Elliott 19 is set to change his shirt number next season from 67 to 19. Sadio Mane’s old number. Show good form to prove yourself to everyone to see.

Elliott changes number in hopes of proving himself to follow in Mane's footsteps

Liverpool midfielder Harvey Elliott aims to prove his performance is good enough to use the number of former Senegalese midfielder Sadio Mane. At this time, moved to a new player for Bayern Munich. The German Bundesliga club after changing the shirt number from 67 that is used regularly. Become number 19 in season 2022-2023.

The 19-year-old midfielder has worn the number 67 since joining from Fulham in the summer of 2019, but now the number 19 is vacant, and has been replaced by Mane when he first joined the club from Southampton in 2016 and eventually got the number 10 shirt, while Stewart Downing, Ryan Babel, Fernando Morientes and Ozan Cabac have also used the number. This has also come 

“For me, that’s a wonderful number. Some great players have worn it. I remember having the Sadio number 19 shirt as a kid, wearing it behind him. It’s a feeling of great pleasure. After all Numbers are just numbers, but it’s nice to have smaller numbers. I think it’s a great opportunity to enter the new season. Hopefully I can prove myself and prove to everyone that I can use these numbers and can handle the pressure that comes with it . ”

Elliott was given more playing time at the start of the 2021-2022 season and performed well to some extent. Unfortunately, he suffered a fractured left ankle in September. However, at a young age, the player recovered quickly and returned to the field for the UFABET team in January. but after Discussion is rarely given the opportunity to play until the end of the season.

It is expected that the new season , German coach Jurgen Klopp will give the youngster more opportunities because he still sees will be the core of the team in the future In particular, playing in both domestic football cups, such as the FA Cup and the Carabao Cup, in which Red Machine is the owner of the old champion who won the double championship last season.