Dominik Szoboszlai to become face of McDonald’s Hungary with limited edition “Domi Meal”

Dominik Szoboszlai is set to become the face of McDonald’s Hungary after as he prepares to lead his nation in the upcoming Euros.

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Dominik Szoboszlai is set to become the face of McDonald’s Hungary after a slightly cryptic post on Facebook.

Dominik Szoboszlai’s start at Liverpool was impressively strong, as he initially showcased the power, endurance, technique, and goal-scoring ability that Liverpool’s midfield seemed to lack.

However, like several of his teammates, the 23-year-old’s performance has dipped since returning from injury.

Mohamed Salah and, to a lesser extent, Trent Alexander-Arnold have also struggled to regain their top form post-injury.

Early in the season, the former Leipzig player drew comparisons to Steven Gerrard, but since then, he has struggled to live up to those high expectations.

His piledriver against Leicester City in the third round of the Carabao Cup only increased pressure, with fans now expecting such spectacular goals more consistently.

The 23-year-old was honest in his assessment of his debut Liverpool season, suggesting that he had perhaps ‘set the bar too high’ for himself.

Dominik Szoboszlai ‘new face’ of McDonald’s Hungary

The Hungarian skipper has signed an agreement with McDonald’s Hungary to become the face of their advertising campaign, according to Világgazdaság.

“Soon it will be all about football for us. After all, we signed a real Hungarian world star to the Meki team. Who do you think it might be?” 

McDonald’s Hungary wrote with a clear silhouette of Dominik Szoboszlai pictured on the packing.

The 23-year-old already has a deal with Magyar Telekom, and now lands another deal as one of Hungary’s most recognizable and well-known individuals.

It’s evident that major companies are gearing up with their marketing campaigns for this summer’s European Championship in Germany, where the Hungarian national team will compete in Group A.

Dominik Szoboszlai and his teammates will be hopeful of qualifying to the knockout stage from their group.

Group A contains Germany, Scotland, and Switzerland alongside Hungary.

Szoboszlai will lead his compatriots out for their first game against Switzerland on 15 June.

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