Joao Felix suggests Barcelona to sign the 23 year old Liverpool midfielder

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Joao Felix has named Dominik Szoboszlai as a player the FC Barcelona attacker would love to see one day at the La Liga club.

The 23-year-old Hungarian international has been a revelation for the Reds since joining this summer, with Szoboszlai firmly establishing himself as one of Liverpool’s most exciting players.

Already a fan favourite and last night scoring against Sheffield United, Szoboszlai is on course to become a club icon for Liverpool as part of this new-look midfield under Jurgen Klopp.

And word is now spreading across the continent about Szoboszlai and his potential, with Felix admitting via Spiler TV that he would love to see the midfielder one day player for Barcelona.

Indeed, whilst such a transfer won’t be happening anytime soon, it speaks volume about Szoboszlai. The Liverpool star is already being courted by a name as big as Felix for one of Europe’s super clubs.

Felix said when asked about which player he would love to see at Barcelona one day:

“Liverpool’s Dominik Szoboszlai. I like his game, I think he can play here one day.”

That’s how Joao Felix praised Szoboszlai.

Liverpool need to shrug the comments of Joao Felix

Given Barcelona’s financial situation, could be a decade or two before Liverpool have to worry about the Catalan giants pinching one of their best players.

And for Szoboszlai, the Reds just need to shrug off Felix’s comment on the midfielder. However the Hungarian is unlikely to move to Barcelona anytime soon.

The 23-year-old is on course to become a true successor to Steven Gerrard in the Liverpool midfield. Szoboszlai is winning the hearts of fans and pundits already this season.

And in the years to come, there’s no telling how much Szoboszlai could be worth. Though Barcelona certainly won’t be in the conversation.

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