Ex-Liverpool star Ryan Babel claims he knows Virgil van Dijk’s secret weakness

Ex-Liverpool star Ryan Babel claims he knows Virgil van Dijk’s secret weakness

RYAN BABEL has claimed Virgil van Dijk has a secret weakness – and is looking to exploit it when Liverpool travel to Fulham on Sunday. The Du

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RYAN BABEL has claimed Virgil van Dijk has a secret weakness – and is looking to exploit it when Liverpool travel to Fulham on Sunday.

The Dutch winger, 32, remained tight-lipped over VVD’s Achilles heel but is hoping to exploit it at Craven Cottage.

Ryan Babel has claimed he believes Virgil van Dijk has a weakness
Ryan Babel has claimed he believes Virgil van Dijk has a weakness
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Babel – who went on to say he hopes Liverpool win the Premier League this season – claims Van Dijk still has much more to give, despite already being considered one of the best defenders on the planet.

The ex-Kop icon claimed: “Virgil has definitely developed over the past few years.

“I think he can get better by 30 per cent. I still feel he plays on 70 per cent. He can do much more. He can be fast if he wants.

“He does have a weakness, I don’t want to say what it is. I don’t think in the Premier League anyone has made that aware yet.”

Babel wants to get the better of Van Dijk, one of the worlds top defenders
Babel wants to get the better of Van Dijk, one of the world’s top defenders
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Babel went on to say he does still have a soft-spot for Liverpool having spent four years at Anfield between 2007 and 2011.

The forward continued: “I do have a weakness for Liverpool and I do want them to be champions.

“I left Liverpool through the back door. It’s a prestige thing to prove people wrong.

“I was loved in Liverpool, I had good relationship with the fans and my team-mates but I felt I could do better.”

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