LIVERPOOL newboy Darwin Nunez showed off his ripped physique while on a fishing trip with his new team-mates.

Jurgen Klopp's side are currently away in Austria on a pre-season camp and will face RB Salzburg in a friendly match on Wednesday.



Nunez starred in the Reds' last game against RB Leipzig as he struck four second half goals on the way to a 5-0 victory.

And off the pitch he has hit the back of the net too as he showcased catching a huge fish.

But it was the Uruguayan's incredible shape which caught the eye even more than the mammoth fish.

Reacting to the topless photo of Nunez, one fan said: "Darwin’s physique is absurd."

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Liverpool keeper Alisson also caught a huge fish and posted a video of him wrestling to keep a hold of the massive sea creature.

Fellow Reds Konstantinos Tsimikas, Roberto Firmino and Luis Diaz all also embarked on the trip.

Tsimikas shared a picture of himself with a hefty fish and Alisson in the background.

And he captioned the photo: "Myself with two giants."

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Meanwhile, Klopp praised Nunez following his four goals against Leipzig.

Incredibly, the £85million man was the subject of criticism after his opening two appearances against Manchester United and Crystal Palace.

But his haul of goals on Thursday announced himself to the Anfield faithful, something Klopp was pleased to see.

He said: “We always think that if you pay a lot of money then the players feel no pressure or whatever.

“They are all completely normal human beings and the first touch is not perfect and then this generation of players read social media, which is really not smart, but they do.

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“But all of a sudden you get in a rush and that’s the best way obviously to stop all these discussions.

“He’s a different striker to what we have or what we had, but he’s a really good one.”

Liverpool face Man City in the Community Shield on Saturday, seven days before kicking off their Premier League campaign away at Fulham on August 6.

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