The next high-profile signing of the 2023 summer transfer window has been completed by Liverpool FC.

The 22-year-old attacking midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai will join Liverpool. What is the name of the Hungarian player who has created a name for himself in the Bundesliga? Let’s have a look at his life and work below.
I began playing as a child.

Dominik began playing football at the age of six and a half, under the tutelage of his father, former player Zsolt Szoboszlai. He began his career with Videoton before moving on to Fonix Gold FC’s youth team, which is also managed by his father. In 2015, he joined the MTK junior academy in Budapest, where he was identified by Austrian club RB Salzburg. In Austria, he completed his training.

The very first senior contract
Szoboszlai made his Erste Liga debut with Liefering (a Salzburg sub-team) in 2017 after finishing his training at the Salzburg academy. He made his first senior assist in his debut game, and he scored his first goal less than a month later. He appeared in 42 league games and scored 16 goals for Liefering this season.

He joined the Salzburg first squad in the Austria Bundesliga the following season. During his three seasons (which included a month-long suspension from all football), he appeared in more than 50 matches, scored 16 goals, helped the team win the Bundesliga several times, and was named “Player of the Season” in 2019-2020.

Relocating to Germany
Szoboszlai, as expected, earned a name for himself on the European football scene, attracting the attention of teams from all across the continent. He departed Salzburg in January 2021 in exchange for a €20 million transfer fee to join RB Leipzig in the German Bundesliga.

Unfortunately, he was unable to play before the end of the 2020-2021 season due to an injury.

When he returned to the field, he instantly made his presence known, bending the odds of Betway Malawi and beyond in Leipzig’s favor everytime he was on the field.

He was named Bundesliga’s “Rookie of the Month” three times and helped the team win two DFB-Pokal titles.
Transferring to Liverpool

Now it’s time for Szoboszlai to continue his Premier League career. Liverpool FC reportedly paid over 60 million pounds to activate his buy-out clause this month. The player is now facing a new challenge: standing his position in the world’s toughest and most watched national league.

“[A] great historic club, with really good players and a fantastic coach. It was ideal for me to take the next step at a club like this. “Everything is really good, the fans, the stadium,” Szoboszlai told

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