New Liverpool signing Luis Diaz has been pictured at the Reds’ training ground for the first time since his big-money move from Porto.
The Colombia international penned his five-and-a-half year deal with Liverpool while on international duty for World Cup 2022 Qualifying, with his nation losing 1-0 to Peru and Argentina.
Liverpool are supposedly set to pay up to £50m for the signing of Diaz, who has now arrived on Merseyside and is becoming acclimatized to life at the AXA Training Centre.
A video shared by Liverpool shows the 25-year-old being warmly embraced by Jurgen Klopp and engaging in conversation with the Reds boss before being welcomed by assistant Pep Lijnders.
A warm welcome from the boss and Pep Lijnders for @LuisFDiaz19 🤗 pic.twitter.com/mIUZUVTKsL
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) February 4, 2022
Klopp has ruled out the prospect of Diaz making his debut for the Reds in Sunday’s FA Cup clash with Cardiff City, though, with the attacker yet to take part in training with the Reds.
Diaz left Porto after scoring 41 goals and setting up 19 more in 125 appearances across all competitions, including 14 goals and five assists in 18 Primeira Liga games this season.