Fabrizio Romano confirms Liverpool starlet Fabio Carvalho has an offer to leave permanently
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Fabrizio Romano confirmed that one Liverpool player could move permanently this summer despite having four years on his contract remaining.
On Sunday, Liverpool concluded an underwhelming season with a topsy-turvy 4-4 draw with relegated Southampton.
Only a year ago the Reds fell just short of an unprecedented quadruple, and it looked like they would continue to dominate at the top of the European game for seasons to come. This time around, however, Jurgen Klopp's men have ended the campaign trophyless and failed to qualify for next term's Champions League.
In turn, the Anfield club have been tipped to undergo a major rebuild with the midfield particularly a position the club are looking to address.
Moises Caicedo, Alexis Mac Allister, Mason Mount, Conor Gallagher, Ryan Gravenberch and many others have all been linked to a Liverpool move this summer.
And to finance a summer splurge, there will be several outgoings too.
Carvalho to leave Liverpool permanently?
Romano claimed that Fabio Carvalho, who only moved to Liverpool from Fulham last summer, could leave on a permanent deal this coming window.
The transfer guru tweeted: “Understand there’s a permanent deal bid on Liverpool table from a club abroad for Fabio Carvalho.
“There are also many loan deal bids from PL clubs but Carvalho is not accepting as the project will be crucial for his decision.
“Klopp, aware of his intentions. Talks ongoing.”
The Portugal Under-21 international, who signed a five-year deal with Liverpool last summer, has made 22 appearances across all competitions in his first campaign on Merseyside – netting three times.
However, only eight of those outings came as part of Klopp’s starting lineup.
Liverpool spent a reported fee of £5million plus add-ons on Carvalho after the youngster's impressive breakthrough at Fulham.
He notched 11 goals and eight assists across 38 appearances as the then-Championship side surged to promotion in the 2021-22 campaign.