The reason behind Liverpool failing to sign Carvalho on the deadline day

The reason behind Liverpool failing to sign Carvalho on the deadline day

Liverpool failed to acquire Fulham teenager Fabio Carvalho as the deal between the two clubs fell through on the deadline day.

The teenager was all set to join the Reds on deadline day and then return to Fulham on loan till the end of the season. Unforunately, the deal fell through.

According to a report, the deal fell through as the Football League did not have any deal sheets left. A deal between Fulham and Liverpool was agreed upon, but it fell through due to a technicality.

Liverpool lose Carvalho due to techincal issues

Liverpool and Fulham had agreed upon a 5 million pound deal for Carvalho late on Monday evening.

However, Liverpool have not given up. According to journalist David Lynch, Liverpool are looking to sign the youngster over the summer, when his contract expires.

According to the Englishmen,

Fulham will be due compensation for developing the player but, if the two clubs can agree a fee, they can avoid going through a tribunal process.

While according to reliable journalist Fabrizio Romano, Carvalho had even undergone a medical, but the papers were not complete.

However, according to reports, the player is very keen on joining Liverpool. Hence getting a deal for him over the summer should not be an issue for the Reds.

Liverpool and Fulham however will be keen to avoid a tribunal process. They had to go through the same thing when Liverpool signed Harvey Elliott from Fulham.

Liverpool could only sign Luis Diaz, despite the media linking them with a number of players.

The long list of players Liverpool were connected with included: Kalvin Phillips, Toni Kroos, Matheus Cunha and Cody Gakpo.

However, a few deals did go through on the deadline day for Liverpool. Defender Nat Phillips was loaned out to Bournemouth, while Neco Williams went to Fulham on loan.

Nat Phillips was on the list of a number of clubs on deadline day. Leicester wanted him for the short term, while Newcastle saw a seven million pounds bid rejected.

Bournemouth was the best deal for Phillips. Their offer not only included regular game time but also 1.5 million pounds plus 250,000 pounds in bonuses if they gain promotion.

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