‘I’m not too happy’: Alisson reacts after transfer news coming out of Liverpool yesterday

‘I’m not too happy’: Alisson reacts after transfer news coming out of Liverpool yesterday

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker sent an emotional message for his fellow Brazilian Fabinho who left Anfield this summer.

The Reds have seen a lot of players leave the club this summer. And among them, three players have joined the Saudi Pro League.

Roberto Firmino left Anfield this summer for free and joined Al-Ahli. While club captain Jordan Henderson left the Merseysiders for a £12M plus add-ons deal and joined Al-Ettifaq.

And the midfield titan Fabinho also left the Reds to join Al-Ittihad for a reported fee of £40M. The Brazilian also tweeted about his departure.


Alisson becomes emotional as Fabinho leaves Liverpool

LFC released a very emotional video on Twitter and other social media handles yesterday that contained heartfelt goodbye messages from his teammates at Anfield.

And his fellow Brazilian Alisson got a little emotional talking about him. He said,

“I’m not too happy to come here, to say words of farewell for you, but I know that all good things come to an end.

You are like my family, you and Rebeca (Fabinho’s wife), you are like my brother and sister. I love you, man.”

The Merseysiders signed the 29-year-old from Monaco back in the summer of 2018. He took some time to adapt to the club and circumstances.

But after he settled in the midfield, he went on to become one of the most important players in the team. Since then he had been an indispensable part of the team as the club went on to win almost every major title possible.

Like many of his teammates, he did not have a good last season. And after 5 years and registering 219 appearances for the Reds, he chose to leave for Saudi Arabia.

Liverpool now have a big hole in the middle of the park to fill out. Although talks of signing Romeo Lavia and other midfielders are going on, still the club will take some time to recover from this loss.

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