Sometimes things do not work as expected. Just ask Fabinho following his move to Liverpool this past summer.
The former Monaco central midfielder surprisingly signed with the Merseyside outfit during the summer, but hasn’t had a lot impact with the team. He was expected to start from Day 1, but good performances from other midfielders – namely Georginio Wijnaldum – and an overall lack of trust from manager Jurgen Klopp have the Brazilian relegated to a secondary role within The Reds.
In ract, Fabinho didn’t make his club debut until mid-September (a one minute cameo in the Champions League) and his Premier League debut until Oct. 20 against Huddersfield. He is looking to change that, though, and would be open to a loan move to PSG during the January transfer window.
There is no question the reigning Ligue 1 champions would be open to a move for the Brazilian. They were heavily linked with a move for him before he signed for Liverpool, and he would adjust rather quickly since he knows what is like to play in France’s top-flight. And since PSG do not have many financial resources available, a loan move would be the best alternative for both parties involved.
Unless Fabinho’s role changes soon, don’t expect him to remain at Liverpool much longer.