“No reason why that wouldn’t go through” – Journalist drops massive Liverpool transfer claims for this summer
Journalist of the northern football correspondent for The Times, Paul Joyce has dropped a massive claim about how Liverpool could finally sign Fulham youngster Fabio Carvalho in the summer.
According to Goal.com, Liverpool had agreed an £8 million transfer fee with Fulham for Carvalho on January transfer deadline day.
However, both Liverpool and Fulham were unable to complete the paperwork before the deadline which resulted in the collapse of the deal.
The Times’ journalist Joyce is particularly known for his coverage with Liverpool.
Joyce has claimed that he believes that signing Carvalho will return to Jurgen Klopp’s agenda in the summer. He sees ‘no reason why that wouldn’t go through’.
Joyce said while speaking to Kenn7 YouTube Channel:
“I think that comes back on the agenda in the summer. I could see that one getting done.
“The lengths that Liverpool went to in January to try and get it over the line and the loan back meant that they ran out of time.
“But I could see that getting resurrected in the summer, no reason why that wouldn’t go through.”
Carvalho’s contract with the runway leaders in the Championship expires this summer.
Klopp’s side are obviously leading the chase for the teenager.
However, the likes of West Ham United have also been linked with Carvalho, according to GiveMeSport.