The former Nigerian was part of the Youth International Reds squad that trained on Monday when the Anfield giants began preparations for next season.
Theo Evoni trained with Mohamed Salah, Saadio Mane and Nabi Keta, as Liverpool began their campaign before the season on Monday.
The former Nigerian young international was included in the training tour of the Premier League team in Austria along with Cameroon’s Joel Matep and French star Millian Nejad Ibrahima Connett.
In the eyes of manager George Klopp, the 23-year-old joined Egypt, Senegal and Guyana International in exercise sessions before presenting a bill against FC Wicker Innsbruck and VFB Stuttgart on Tuesday, July 20.
“Today marks the beginning of a new campaign for us as we begin the pre-season training program in Austria.” Read the statement by the club.
“We have a great welcome to Abraham Connaught: listen to James Milner and everything will be fine!
In addition, it is a reliable welcome for all boys who have returned from their loan clubs. Definitely your experiences will make us stronger this pre-season.
“Then for all the young talents who come with us, our message is interesting and we will keep in mind this” updated “phrase from Bob Paisley – we are looking for a player who can justify Virgil Van Dyck in training.” Looks in style but for that he steps on polite steps.
“Some of the rules of football will never change, that’s what I love about this game.”
Onioni was signed by Liverpool in 2015. However, due to work permit issues, he was given loans to FSV Frankfurt, NEC Najman, Muskin, Janet, Mains and Union Berlin.
He has received a long-awaited permit to play in England, and is expected to join Clip’s side in the 2021-22 campaign.
For the last time, Avoni scored five goals in 21 high-flying flights to Germany, while Arsh Fisher’s Union Berlin finished seventh after scoring 50 points in 34 matches. Which qualified them for the playoffs of the Euro Conference League.
The 19-time English top flight champions will begin their campaign on August 14 with a one-way game against Norwich City.