Liverpool succeed in buying the Fabio Carvalho deal

Reports: Liverpool succeed in buying the Fabio Carvalho deal

Liverpool reached an agreement over Fabio Carvalho’s summer transfers after a deal collapsed in January Liverpool reached an agreement to sign Fabio Carvalho from Fulham this summer after a January deal collapsed with the midfielder.

Liverpool came close to securing a deal for the teenager’s deadline day during the winter period but saw a failure to make that move in the closing stages of the transfer window.

Jurgen Klopp’s side have retained their interest in Carvalho and have told Fabrizio Romano that a deal has been agreed between the Reds and Fulham as the 19-year-old is set to move to Anfield in a deal worth an initial £5m.

Carvalho will sign a five-year contract at Merseyside and there are no plans to loan the midfielder to Fulham who have introduced a 20% sale clause in any future transfer.

Carvalho’s contract expires in the summer although the two teams were eager to agree a deal and avoid trial.

Fulham also preferred to agree to a sale to an English team with foreign clubs including reported suitors Borussia Dortmund being able to sign Carvalho as free agent without compensating the championship team.

Carvalho has enjoyed an impressive season with the league leaders this season, scoring seven goals and providing another seven assists for Marco Silva’s side.

He represented England at youth level but made his debut for Portugal’s Under-21 team during the international break in March and scored in the 3-0 win over Greece.

The Liverpool team missed deals from last season, and because of this behavior, the Liverpool team lost a lot by injuring defender Virgil van Dijk, Henderson and Joel Matip, and because of this, the Liverpool team lost control of itself and lost the English Premier League and could have lost the Champions League.

The Liverpool team learned this season’s lesson, so the coach of the Liverpool team, hopeful Klopp, commissioned the club’s management to bring several races to support the club.

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