Liverpool striker Luis Alberto: I’ve learned a lot at Anfield

Luis Alberto hopes that his Premier League experience will help him during his loan spell at Malaga

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Luis Alberto is hoping that his Premier League experience will help him during his loan spell at Malaga next season.

The 21-year-old is to return to Spain after a disappointing first season on Merseyside, where he made only 12 appearances in all competitions.

What I’ve learned there, I hope to offer Malaga

Luis Alberto

Alberto, who joined Liverpool from Sevilla last summer, sealed his temporary move to the Spanish club after failing to force his way into the first-team at Anfield under Brendan Rodgers.

But he is confident that his spell at the Premier League club will help him to perform at Malaga next term.

“At Liverpool, things are at a much higher level, with players like Luis Suarez, [Philippe] Coutinho – it was a little difficult for me to enter the dynamic of the group, as English football is completely different.

“But I really have learned a great deal. What I’ve learned there, I hope to offer Malaga.”

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