The opinion of Fabio Carvalho on Liverpool players traveling to Saudi Arabia

As Reds stars Jordan Henderson and Fabinho get closer to moves, Liverpool’s youngster Fabio Carvalho offered his opinion on players going to Saudi Arabia.

After his contract with Fulham expired, Carvalho joined the team a year ago. He had a successful stretch at the start of the season, scoring the go-ahead goal at Anfield against Newcastle United in a thrilling match, and playing frequently for Jurgen Klopp’s team. After the winter World Cup, the situation changed, and in search of first-team football, he has since moved on loan to RB Leipzig for the upcoming season.

There were rumors of interest in the player prior to the transfer to Germany, but Liverpool sources said this was not a possibility.

It’s thought that both Henderson and Fabinho will soon leave Anfield, with the captain joining Al-Ettifaq and Fabinho joining Al-Ittihad. Henderson, according to the ECHO, finished his initial medical exams on Friday in Manchester, but the deal for Fabinho is reportedly still on hold because of “bureaucratic details.”.

Other former Reds players who have relocated to the Gulf nation this summer include Roberto Firmino, who left the club to sign with Al-Ahli, Steven Gerrard, who took the managerial job at Al-Ettifaq, and Sadio Mane, who is rumored to be considering an offer from Al-Nassr.

Henderson and Fabinho have received warnings from players like former Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Gus Poyet, but Carvalho isn’t as doubtful about the crucial choice his teammates are making.

He told FootballTransfers: “Whatever they want to do, they will do. Undoubtedly, I’ll watch it. The league will only get better as superstars move there, I’m sure of it. “.

However, when asked if he might follow suit and join the Saudi Pro League, the 20-year-old provided a fairly definite response. His future beyond the 2023–2024 season is still unknown.

“I’m not sure.
not right now. He continued, “Whatever the other players decide, they are making sound decisions. I’m not assessing them. Europe is where I want to play. The best football currently is played there. “.

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