Darwin Nunez fuels Liverpool exit rumours with major Instagram update
Posted by  badge Boss on 2 weeks ago
Darwin Nunez has raised doubts over his Liverpool future (Getty)

has fuelled speculation over his future after he deleted all photos relating to the club on his account on Sunday evening.

The 24-year-old has scored 18 goals in all competitions this season .

Nunez, who was signed in an £85 million deal from Benfica in June 2022, still has four years remaining on his contract with Liverpool .

Liverpool supporters are now concerned that this may be Nunez’s final season at Anfield after spotting late on Sunday night that the Uruguay international had removed all pictures of himself playing for Liverpool on his official Instagram page.

All that remained were family photos and those from his games played for Benfica and Uruguay’s national side.

Darwin Nunez’s official Instagram page had no Liverpool photos on Sunday night (Instagram)

Nunez has started as a substitute for Liverpool’s last two Premier League games and has just one goal in his last 11 appearances in all competitions.

In his last start for Liverpool, Nunez missed an excellent chance to equalise against Everton before Sean Dyche’s side went on to seal a 2-0 win at Goodison Park.

During his analysis, Jamie Carragher described the miss as ‘unforgiveable’ and raised doubt over the striker’s long-term suitability for Liverpool.

‘The chance that Nunez misses before half-time, that is unforgivable at this level. That is not acceptable at this level, certainly when Liverpool are going for the title,’ Carragher said.

‘I think there is a question to ask. You want him to do well because there is so much that you like because he gives everything, he runs and causes trouble and gets the odd goal and gets an assist.

‘But after two years when Liverpool this season are going to the title and those big games, you need your man to score away at Old Trafford, away at Goodison, in the European game at Atalanta. There is no time to waste, this is not October or November. This is the business end.

‘In terms of Nunez and where the club go forward now, we have all been in squads where someone comes in and maybe you talk about the first year and maybe say, okay he’s getting up to speed with and he’s improving, and it looked like he was at the start of the season. But it has ground to a halt.’

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