Read Up “Liverpool may replace Fabinho with Southampton midfielder Romeo Lavia.” The transfer of Fabinho from Liverpool to Al-Ittihad for a fee of forty million pounds is very close to being finalized.

In order to negotiate his departure from Liverpool, the Brazilian player will not be participating in the pre-season trip.

The Reds might also compete with Chelsea for the services of Brighton midfielder Moises Caicedo, who is valued at £100 million.

Liverpool May Replace Fabinho With Southampton Midfielder Romeo Lavia
Liverpool May Replace Fabinho With Southampton Midfielder Romeo Lavia

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Since Liverpool received a formal bid for the midfielder, Fabinho has not accompanied the team to their training camp in Germany.

Al-Ittihad, one of four Saudi Arabian teams owned by the country’s Public Investment Fund, has been mentioned in connection with a possible transfer of the Brazil international player.

According to many reports, the Saudi Pro League champions, who are currently managed by Nuno Espirito Santo, who previously managed Wolves, are willing to pay forty million pounds for a player who will turn thirty years old in October.

It is believed that the club’s reception of a’serious, official offer’ triggered discussions within the club, which ultimately led to the decision, which was made in conjunction with Fabinho, to remove the player from the team that flew out on Saturday.

The team’s captain, Jordan Henderson, who has been the subject of rumors linking him to a rumored £700,000-a-week offer from Al-Ettifaq (which is managed by former teammate Steven Gerrard), has traveled with the team because there has not yet been a bid for him.


Hugo Lloris, the club’s captain, has reportedly told Tottenham that he wants to leave the club after being excluded from the team’s preseason tour.

Harry Kane will be involved, which is good news for Spurs supporters despite Bayern Munich’s pursuit of him.

Due to the fact that both players have entered the final year of their contracts, they have been strongly linked to transfers this summer.

Lloris, who transferred from Lyon to Spurs in 2012, has made 447 appearances across all leagues during his 11-year tenure.

The 2018 World Cup champion revealed in a shocking interview last month that he is looking for a new challenge.

In order to give him time to find a new club, Tottenham has now disclosed that he has been left off of their preseason trip of Australia and Asia.

According to a club statement, Hugo Lloris has been given permission to stay home in order to look into potential transfer alternatives.