Harman, who has played for Bayern Munich and Liverpool, talked about Liverpool’s new player Thiago in an interview with TalkSPORT. He said: “Tiago is not indispensable for Bayern. His prospects in the Red Army remain to be seen.”
Harman said in the interview: "Bayern definitely hopes to keep him. Having said that, he has been there for 7 years and he may have played his best game for the club in the last Champions League final. "
"We have always known that he is an excellent football player, but in the past 7 years, no one has ever said, ‘It’s hard to imagine what this team would be like without Thiago.’"
"Now Mueller is back in form and Gretzka is on the team. If everyone stays healthy before the end of the season, Thiago may not be able to play. He played because Paval was unable to play in the final, and Kimmich must go to the right back."
"So I'm not sure. England's game is much faster than Germany. If he thinks he can handle this pressure, then wish him luck."
"He is now 29 years old. He has come to a different country and a different type of football. I think we have seen Werner and Havertz's debut at Chelsea and how difficult they have found against Brighton."
"Yes, he is an excellent football player. I always think that Thiago’s ability from the penalty area to the penalty area is a great thing, as long as he can do it, and he must be defensive or Contributed offensively. He is not a shooter, so he will not bring many goals, and then Liverpool does not have a real No. 10 player in the front trio."
"I am very interested in the game he is about to start. I think he has added something to Liverpool because he is more creative than the midfielders they have now, but these people have been in the last few seasons. Very well done."
"He can bring extras, but I'm still not sure if he is the right person they think is the right person, or if they were just told so."
"We have seen Keita, he is a great player, but he has been here for two years, he has not really met Liverpool's requirements. And there is some talk about the possibility of selling him in the summer. "
"I'm not saying that this will be a similar story, but I would love to know how he performed and how Klopp built him. I never really regarded him as a controlling midfielder because this role requires some defense. ."
"In the final against Paris, he did a great job in this position, but he is not a true defensive player."
"I'm not sure. He is an excellent player, but whether he is suitable for the Premier League game, I think it remains to be seen."