Liverpool’s midfield maestro, Fabinho, has been exclude from the squad embarking on their training camp in Germany following the receipt of an official bid for the talented player. According to reports from the PA news agency, Al-Ittihad, one of Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund’s four owned clubs, has tabled a substantial offer of £40 million for the services of the Brazilian international.
The arrival of this “serious and official” proposal has sparked discussions within the club, ultimately leading to a decision, made in consultation with Fabinho himself, to withdraw him from the squad that departed on Saturday. The situation remains dynamic, and the club is actively assessing the offer and its implications.
On a separate note, Liverpool’s captain, Jordan Henderson, has found himself entangled in transfer speculations as well. Reports suggest that Al-Ettifaq, managed by former teammate Steven Gerrard, has been link with a lucrative £700,000-per-week offer for Henderson’s services. However, as of now, no official bid has been submitted for the English midfielder, and he has traveled with the squad to Germany for the training camp.
The developments surrounding Fabinho, Henderson, and Al-Ittihad have undoubtedly added an air of uncertainty to Liverpool’s preseason preparations. The club will need to carefully navigate these transfer situations, considering the official bid received for Fabinho and the speculation surrounding Henderson’s potential move to Al-Ettifaq, managed by former teammate Steven Gerrard. Amidst these circumstances, it is crucial for the club to ensure that the team remains focused and fully prepared for the upcoming challenges that lie ahead.