Fabio Carvalho set for Liverpool stay this summer

Portuguese attacking midfielder Fabio Carvalho is reportedly expected to stay at Liverpool for the 2024/25 season.

According to Pete O’Rourke via Football Insider, Liverpool have made a decision regarding the future of Fabio Carvalho on the back of his impressive loan spell. The 21-year-old will be a part of their pre-season camp, and he will get a chance to establish himself in their first-team by impressing Jurgen Klopp’s successor.

Carvalho’s time at Liverpool

Fabio Carvalho came up he ranks at Fulham and made a name for himself while playing for them. His rise resulted in a move to Liverpool in the summer of 2022. During his first season at the club, the Portuguese youth international got very limited game time.

Things were unlikely to improve in the 2023/24 season and as a result, the Reds sent him out on loan to RB Leipzig. Unfortunately, things did not work out for him at the German club, and he returned to his parent club in the winter.

The youngster ended up joining Hull City in January for a short loan spell until the end of the season. The 21-year-old has had a huge impact on the EFL Championship outfit. He has featured in 17 matches for them and has found the back of the net on eight occasions. Carvalho’s arrival has been a big boost for the Tigers in terms of their push for a Championship play-off place.

Liverpool want him to stay at the club

While Hull City would love to sign Carvalho on a permanent basis, they cannot afford to prise him away from Liverpool. The 21-year-old will return to his parent club in the summer, and they seem to have already made a decision regarding his future.

Liverpool are impressed with what he has done during his loan spell in the EFL Championship, and they want him to be a part of their first team. The Reds will involve him in the pre-season camp and give him the opportunity to impress the new boss.

The Reds want him to be an important part of their first team next season. As a result, he will have an equal opportunity like every other player in their squad to impress Liverpool’s new manager, who could be Ruben Amoim, and continue at the club.

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