Fans spot incredible detail in Dominik Szoboszlai’s living room on social media post

It appears Liverpool midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai has unintentionally revealed one of his more ‘unique’ living room ornaments; a cardboard cutout of himself.

The 23-year-old Hungary international, who joined the Reds from RB Leipzig in the summer for a reported £60 million, has enjoyed a productive start to life at Anfield, featuring in 28 games in all competitions.

As a result of his impressive form, Szoboszlai has become a fans’ favourite.

And on Monday afternoon, the former Red Bull Salzburg midfielder endeared himself to the Liverpool faithful once more, when he posed for a picture with the iconic number 8 shirt.

Szoboszlai also showed off his new tattoo – a detailed piece featuring the word impossible. But the main talking point was a life size cutout in the corner of his living room.

As you can see from the picture below, the cardboard version of Szoboszlai can be seen wearing Liverpool’s home shirt.

Here’s how fans on social media reacted to the post.

One said: “We going to ignore the fact that he has a cardboard cutout of himself in his own house?” while another wrote: “Tbf I’d do the same.”

A third commented: “The level of self-love I want to reach,” and a fourth said: “I’d have two if I looked like him.”

A fifth added: “We can’t pass over the fact that Szoboszlai has a cardboard cut out of himself in his house.”

Image credit: X/@AnythingLFC_

Back in July, after he penned a five-year deal at Anfield, Szoboszlai explained why he picked the number eight shirt, as well as the reason behind his Steven Gerrard tattoo.

The 23-year-old has a quote from the former England international on his arm that reads: “Talent is a divine blessing, but without incredible will and humility, it is worth nothing.”

When asked about taking the number eight shirt, he toldLFCTV: “Not [for] a special reason, but of course it’s a great number. A lot of great players had this number.

“And also I have a tattoo from Steven Gerrard, what he said – I don’t even remember when but before – so it was also a reason why.”

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