Paul Merson: Chamberlain set for immediate disappointment at Liverpool

Liverpool’s coach Jurgen Klopp and player Alex Oxlade Chamberlain during the match between Manchester City and Liverpool

Liverpool’s coach Jurgen Klopp and player Alex Oxlade Chamberlain during the match between Manchester City and Liverpool

The England worldwide moved to Anfield for €40 million on transfer deadline day, despite the interest of London rivals Chelsea.

Jordan Henderson believes new Liverpool signing Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will thrive at Anfield under Jurgen Klopp.

His debut yesterday did not go to plan, with Liverpool being thrashed 5-0 at Manchester City.

Chamberlain could make his debut for Liverpool, but would likely have to displace one of Emre Can and Georginio Wijnaldum - two of the Reds' best players in their 4-0 win over Arsenal in the last game before the worldwide break.

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Since his arrival, Oxlade-Chamberlain has been praised by his new manager, Jurgen Klopp, for his versatility. You can see from how the team play how he instils that intensity in the players.

The former told the club's official website: "He's a fantastic player; he can adapt to each position [and] gives you something different on the wing".

That's the beauty of this Liverpool team: you can be one of four attacking positions, everywhere except striker, and have that attacking-midfielder influence. You have to bring something on the table.

A combination of injury, poor form and competition has often seen Oxlade-Chamberlain forced to the sidelines, something he will hope to change at Liverpool.

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"You can find out from all the players what they're not good at but normally you know what they are good at". Just as much as it's good for us, I think it will be good for him as well - he wants to develop as a player.

"I'm really, really happy for him and for Wales that they have this wonderful talent that they have in their squad", Klopp continued, noting that in the post-match interviews Woodburn's eyes showed "that he was really happy".

He stood out immediately because of his pace and skills and his attitude in such a big game for a young player; I remember him chasing back to make a brilliant challenge on Mkhitaryan in the box to save a certain goal. Gunners manager Arsene Wenger reportedly wanted him to remain with his club and at the end, it was the player himself who made a decision to move on.

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