Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has been speaking about the arrival of Darwin Nunez, Mohamed Salah's new deal and Sadio Mane's Anfield exit

First it was Mohamed Salah. Then Diogo Jota. More recently, Luis Diaz followed suit. Roberto Firmino set the tone once Jurgen Klopp had been installed as Liverpool boss almost seven years ago.

What all four forwards, along with the recently-departed Sadio Mane, have in common is they wasted little time in stamping their authority on the Reds attack following a big-money transfer.

Quite the example, then, for Darwin Nunez to follow after potentially becoming the most expensive signing of all with a summer move from Benfica that could ultimately cost a club record £85million.