Liverpool-bound Fabio Carvalho scores and helps Fulham to promote

Liverpool-bound Fabio Carvalho scores and helps Fulham to promote

Neco Williams and Fabio Carvalho helped Fulham in booking a ticket to the Premier League after Liverpool-bound Fabio Carvalho scored a beauty.

The Reds, being at the top of the league are looking forward to bringing some young talent to their squad. While there are some rumours about some players leaving the club after the season ends.

Moreover, the Reds need to make a few changes in their midfield area as there are rumours that Origi and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will leave Anfield after this season. Moreover, there are players like Jordon Henderson and James Milner for whom Liverpool needs a backup if they get injured.

Fabio Carvalho helped Fulham to join Premier League

Fabio has been a key player for Fulham this season and because of his game, Liverpool are signing the 19-year-old this summer in a 7.7 million euro deal. The signing of the young talent is very crucial for the club’s long term planning.

After, getting relegated in the 2020-21 season, Fulham will make a return to the Premier League next season. The Cottagers won their match against Preston, courtesy of Aleksander Mitrovic and Fabio Carvalho, who scored a beauty.

Meanwhile, the season went very good for the youngster as he played 32 games and scored 9 goals for Fulham and registered 7 assists.

The Championship can be very difficult for any young player, given its physical nature, but the young Portuguese international has surpassed easily.

Fabio’s future with the Reds

The dream of every young player is to play in the top leagues and Fabio Carvalho is a talented youngster who got very lucky as the Reds have signed him for the next season.

Liverpool have to make some change in the midfield as some questions are rising in that aspect.

Moreover, the signing of Fabio Carvalho will help Liverpool in the future and it will help the youngster as well to compete with bigger teams and gain experience.

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