Club owner confirms Fabio Carvalho to Hull is “almost done” after personal terms agreed Transfers

Club owner confirms Fabio Carvalho to Hull is “almost done” after personal terms agreed

Club owner confirms Fabio Carvalho to Hull is “almost done” after personal terms agreed

Fabio Cravalho is set to complete a loan move to Hull City imminently after being recalled from RB Leipzig with the attacking midfielder in dire need of game time.

Yesterday, it was confirmed by David Ornstein that his move to the Championship outfit will "be done in coming days" and considering that the 21-year-old has played just 998 minutes of football for Liverpool and Leipzig since the start of the 2022/23 season, he will be fired up to play regularly.

He arrived at Anfield with a sense of expectation but for whatever reason, it just hasn't worked out for him so far.

Fortunately, Liverpool have swiftly found another loan spell, this time at Hull City, where he can go in and get some seriously needed game time.

Fabio Carvalho close to Hull City loan move, personal terms agreed

With his move set to be confirmed, Hull's owner, Acun Ilıcalı, has confirmed that an agreement has been reached with Carvalho and his entourage over personal terms for his short stay at the club.

Speaking to Sky Sports, the 54-year-old said: “We agreed all terms with him. I’m very happy to say he’s going to wear the Hull shirt.

“It’s almost done. The announcement has to be done, that’s all. The club will do it."

Carvalho's development has certainly stalled but he's still only 21 and Ilicali is excited to have the Liverpool star at the club for the end of the Championship season.

The Hull City boss continued: “So many clubs wanted him and he chose us. It’s because of the way we are playing the game. Liam Rosenior has a big effect on that, playing nice football.

“He wants to go to a place where he will enjoy football. Hull is the best place for him to improve his talents.

“We are a fantastic club with fantastic players and a fantastic coach. Everything is so good here.”

Carvalho will return to the club in the summer when his future will be decided based on how his loan spell went.

It's too early to say what the 2024/25 season will hold for him but he will be desperate to show Klopp why he should be part of the squad.

He will also have pre-season in the summer to make his point to the coaching staff during training and friendlies.

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