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What happened with Darwin Nunez? Why did he delete all Liverpool-related posts?

Liverpool forward Darwin Nunez has sparked speculation over his future at Anfield after a surprising move on social media.

The Main Reason – Why Darwin Nunez Deleted All Liverpool-Related Posts?

The Uruguayan striker has deleted all Liverpool-related photos from his Instagram account following what is reported as a wave of abusive messages from his own fans.

The decision came in the wake of Liverpool’s 4-2 victory over Tottenham raising eyebrows among supporters who noticed the absence of any content related to the club on Nunez’s profile.

While his profile picture still features his Liverpool shirt bearing his name and squad number all other traces of his time at the club have been removed.

The move has drawn mixed reactions from Liverpool fans, with some expressing confusion and concern over Nunez’s decision.

Others have condemned the abuse directed at the player emphasizes the importance of supporting athletes particularly during challenging periods.

Darwin Nunez at Liverpool

Since his arrival at Anfield from Benfica in 2022 for a substantial fee of £85 million, Nunez has faced criticism for his performance, notably in front of goal.

Despite making 94 appearances for Liverpool, he has managed only 33 goals and 17 assists, falling short of expectations for a player of his caliber.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has acknowledged the challenges faced by Nunez and fellow striker Mohamed Salah, attributing their struggles to the nature of the game. Klopp emphasized the need for patience and support as players navigate through periods of poor form.

What Jurgen Klopp Said?

Klopp told reporters: “It’s tricky. Strikers have to go through these things. That’s how it is.”

“That’s a striker’s life. A goalkeeper’s life is make 500 saves, then one howler – and everybody talks about this. A striker’s life is you score all the time, then you don’t score for a while and then everybody asks why you don’t score.”

“It can be the most difficult thing in the world and sometimes it’s the easiest thing in the world, depending on what chance you get. We had good chances against Everton but again we were a bit in a rush in finishing them off.”

“So create again, create again and try and get in the right positions to finish the situations off. It will be a really rich man or woman who can write that book [on a striker getting back to their best]. You have to go through it.”

“I try to help them speeding it up. That says nothing about the quality of the boys.”

As speculation mounts regarding Nunez’s future at Liverpool, with four years remaining on his contract, the striker’s decision to remove all traces of his time at the club from social media has only added fuel to the debate surrounding his tenure at Anfield.