Fabio Carvalho’s transfer to Liverpool from Fulham is reportedly completed.

In January, the 19-year-old Portuguese midfielder was on the verge of joining Liverpool, but the paperwork was not completed in time to make the transfer deadline. However, things are likely to go smoothly this time.

Carvalho’s move to Liverpool will make him one of the top talented players in the future and the best football tipsters will be required in the future if punters participate in fantasy football. 

Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano has revealed that a deal has been done by stating his famous “here we go!” phrase in regards to the deal.

Fulham will receive a £5 million upfront fee, with a further £2.7 million in add-ons, as part of a five-year contract.

“The deal was virtually done between Liverpool and Fulham,” Romano recounted in a previous tweet about what had happened during the last transfer window. “Everything between the two clubs, as well as the player, was fine. He’d completed his medical in Liverpool, but the transaction fell through due to the timing. It was difficult to conclude the deal because they signed the documents after midnight.”

For a few months, Fabio Carvalho has been on Klopp’s radar. The 19-year-old, born in Portugal, has played a crucial role in Fulham’s promotion push this season. Despite his youth, he has established himself in Marco Silva’s squad thus far this season.

Liverpool’s failure to sign Fabio in January does not mean they are out of the running for his services.

How good is he?

Fábio Carvalho, Fulham’s newest teenage wonder, has had a fantastic start to his first-ever Championship season. 

Fulham’s academy is, of course, a successful and well-known one. Harvey Elliot, the Sessegnon brothers Ryan and Steven, and currently Fabio Carvalho are among their academy graduates born in the twenty-first century.

The 19-year-old was born in Lisbon, joined Fulham’s academy in 2014 and scored 17 goals in just 1,139 minutes last season in Premier League 2 — England’s top level of junior football. Every 67 minutes, there is a goal involvement for him.

Carvalho finished eighth in the scoring standings with 11 goals, but only Manchester City’s Liam Delap (24 – the league’s golden boot winner) and Aston Villa’s Louie Barry (13) scored more than him.

While Carvalho has the freedom to drift in attacking midfield, he tends to occupy the left halfspace in Fulham’s current formation. However, he has shown versatility in his early career by playing throughout the pitch. Carvalho is a technically skilled player who can receive and pivot at any angle and has the tight-knit control to elude pressure and create space when necessary.

Carvalho’s familiarity with one-touch interplay in Fulham’s wide triangular rotations exemplifies this. In terms of chance creation, he’s not a straightforward chance creator because he won’t swing in a cross or thread through the pass; instead, he creates chances through cutbacks and deft movement. 

He’s a calm finisher who doesn’t snatch at opportunities and will frequently let the ball go over his body well, but his finishing isn’t up to par with a natural finisher’s, which should still be considered a plus.