Fabio Carvalho’s Liverpool Future Revealed Under New Manager: Will He Finally Shine at Anfield?

Fabio Carvalho’s Liverpool Future Revealed Under New Manager: Will He Finally Shine at Anfield?

In a recent interview with the Liverpool Echo, Fabio Carvalho spilled the tea on his excitement for a clean slate at Liverpool, hyping up the arrival of new boss Arne Slot.

The dynamic midfielder, currently tearing it up at Hull City, is itching to shake things up and leave his mark at Anfield with this fresh coaching vibe.

Carvalho Eyeing Anfield XI

The impending departure of Jurgen Klopp has stirred anticipation among players like Carvalho, who view it as a chance for reinvention. He explained,

“The way I see it, it’s a fresh start. Not just for me, but obviously whoever comes in.

It’ll be a fresh start for me, and for the likes of Tyler [Morton] as well. We’ve just got to take the chances that come. Really grasp it and take it with both hands.

Tyler and I have spoken [about the summer]. Especially after the news came out about Jurgen.

We just spoke about what could potentially change at the club. Ultimately, it’s a fresh start for both of us.

We’ll just go back there with nothing to lose and everything to gain.”

Why Liverpool Must Keep Carvalho?

Carvalho’s loan spells at RB Leipzig and Hull City have been a rollercoaster ride. His German stint was more like a cameo, with only three starts and 360 minutes on the pitch.

But oh, what a turnaround at Hull City! Thriving in his role as a false nine, Carvalho has been on fire.

He has been racking up nine goals and two assists in 19 starts. It’s a clear sign that he’s ready to level up and shine in tougher competitions. He continued,

“Obviously I want to break into the Liverpool first-team squad, into the starting XI as well. For now, I’m focused on Hull City and getting promoted.

I’m going to see how pre-season turns out and then we’ll make a decision [on my future] after that.”

Reflecting on his journey so far, Carvalho acknowledges the highs and lows he experienced at Liverpool. He added,

“There’s been a few highs, but a few lows as well [at Liverpool]. It’s been a learning curve. It’s all about learning, it’s all about improving.

We’ve got the players I can learn from, the facilities, the coaches. I’m just excited for the future.

It’s not been great [so far], but in a way, that’s a good thing, depending on how you look at it. It can only get better.

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