Liverpool are inching ever closer to announcing Fabio Carvalho as the Reds’ first summer signing.
The Reds won the League Cup and the FA Cup and while the mood around the club is one of overwhelming positivity, there is also major disappointment after a season that could have been an iconic one.
Manchester City only narrowly won the Premier League on the final day while Real Madrid once again bested Liverpool in the Champions League final in Paris.
An inquest may yield some justice for fans that were terrorised in Paris by heavy-handed police. It’s the least Liverpool supporters are owed after the harrowing scenes outside the Stade de France.
Liverpool will announce a deal to sign Fabio Carvalho in exactly a month
The club reported on the 23rd of May that Carvalho will join the club on July 1st when his Fulham contract expires, allowing him to sign for Liverpool.
The Portuguese star scored 11 goals for Fulham in their push for promotion back to the Premier League.
He also assisted 8 goals for teammates, showing balance to his game.
Jurgen Klopp will not loan Carvalho out this season with key role expected
Jurgen Klopp does not intend to loan Fabio Carvalho out as he expects him to be a crucial player in his squad in 2022/23.
In his first season at Anfield, Carvalho will play an important role for the Reds, despite Fulham boss Marco Silva’s desire to get him on loan.
He reported on May 24th: “Liverpool won’t loan Fabio Carvalho out next season. He’s gonna be part of the first team as Jurgen Klopp is convinced he could become an important player very soon.
Fabio Carvalho another incredible signing from Liverpool’s trusted transfer gurus
The Reds have done it again.
Carvalho is just 19 but is already showing unbelievable promise. He may not have a Luis Diaz-esque impact on the side when he arrives but he doesn’t need to.
He’s still a teenager which may be dismissed by the sector of fans that expects miracles from new signings. But that key detail will not be lost on Jurgen Klopp.
The German is famous for giving signings plenty of time to adjust to the tactical demands he places on his players as we’ve seen with Ibrahima Konate, who was gradually coaxed into the starting XI.
With Carvalho expected to sign with Liverpool in 30 days, it’s time to get excited about seeing him in Red!