Liverpool's German manager Jurgen Klopp gestures after the English Premier League football match between Liverpool and Watford at Anfield in Liverpool, north west England on March 17, 2018. / AFP / Lindsey PARNABY /
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England defender Joe Gomez is delighted to have the opportunity to learn from Liverpool team mate Virgil van Dijk and sees himself as a "sponge" soaking up lessons from the world's most expensive defender.Van Dijk's January move for a reported 75 million pounds ($106.3 million) from Southampton to Anfield may have hampered Gomez's long-term ambition of moving from right back to center half but he does not see the Dutch international as an obstacle.Gomez received his first England call-up in November and earned praise for putting a commanding display to nullify the threat of Brazil's Neymar in a 0-0 draw.He freely admits he is still getting used to taking on the world's best forwards and is also learning from Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, who has scored 36 goals in all competitions since arriving at Anfield at the start of the campaign.
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