Virgil van Dijk to Transfer to Liverpool from Southampton for Rumoured £75m

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Van Dijk was expected to join Liverpool in the summer but the Reds were forced to publicly end their interest after Southampton accused them of illegally tapping him up.

"The last half a year has changed everything and we can not change that".

Claude Puel believes Virgil van Dijk can grow into the best defender in the world following his record £75m move to Liverpool.

Liverpool announced on Wednesday they had secured the services of the 26-year-old Netherlands worldwide, who they failed to land during the close season, and his January arrival at Anfield will make him the most expensive defender in football history. Craig Burley explains why Virgil van Dijk will have a lot to prove with the microscope squarely on the new Liverpool defender. It is fantastic for Liverpool. That's why we got him, that's why we were interested in him.

"I would like to bring in a couple of players minimum and we have to work for this", Pellegrino said Thursday.

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"He is one of the best defenders in the world and he has all the qualities to become the best".

"If you bring one player in for £100m and he gets injured, then it all goes through the chimney", he said a year ago.

'You've got to be lucky with transfers when you're a manager, you've got to hope that when you want a player you can actually go and get him rather than go through all the rigmarole but it made me smile in the morning when I saw that'. "He is tall and also has a strong character and personality". They are a complete team. We have to look after our play and try to play our game against them.

"We had good opportunities and good results recently against big teams like against Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham".

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