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Not only Henderson, the Liverpool player tempted by Arabia and it's not Thiago

The player could make a decision soon 

By Liam Styles

The player could make a decision soon 
The player could make a decision soon 
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Liverpool pre-season has started with several names in the spotlight. The arrivals of Alexis McCallister and Dominik Szobozslai have gotten the Liverpool fans excited as their arrival responds to a Jürgen Klopp plan to rebuild the team for a new era of glory. In that sense, both players are expected to be important in the Klopp’s line up for every game and that could make some players lose room in the squad.

Given that situation, some veterans could be losing some chances to play and see how their role in the team starts to change slightly, causing them to be looking for playing somewhere else out of Liverpool and being more receptive to possible temptations during the transfer market window.

That is the case of the Brazilian midfielder Fabinho, who has been reported to be tempted by the Arabian money, as he has received some interest from the Saudi Pro League. In that sense, according to the English journal The Athletic, Al Ittihad could be about to offer 47 million for Fabinho to Liverpool, which would mean a great and a tempting offer, not only for the player but also for the club.


The player’s future is in the air

Fabinho could surely be an important player for Jürgen Klopp next season, but a lucrative offer from Al Ittihad could change everything. The Saudi team already has several stars in the squad, such as Benzema, N’Golo Kante or Jota, and Fabinho would arrive to have one of the highest salaries in the team.

Meanwhile, Liverpool could be also tempted by the possibility of receiving almost 50 millions for the player, which would be money enough to sign a brilliant wonderkid to replacement, as with that money Liverpool could complete the arrival of Romeo Lavia from Southampton, the great Klopp’s top target in the transfer market at this moment.

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