Allan Rodrigues de Souza has spoken out for the first time since completing his short-term loan move to Brazilian side Fluminense.
The midfielder returns to his native country having seen his temporary deal with Eintracht Frankfurt cut short after missing much of the season with knee ligament damage.
It marks his sixth loan stint in three-and-a-half years since signing for Liverpool from Internacional in summer 2015, with issues gaining a work permit meaning he is still yet to make his debut for the Reds.
Allan has since taken to Instagram to thanks those responsible for making the move possible.
He said: “New challenge in my professional life! I am very grateful to all who have made it possible to live this experience!”
“I will do everything to cheer this incredible crowd and win important victories with the tricolor shirt!”
Allan’s latest venture follows on from spells with Finish side SJK Seinäjoki, Belgian side Sint-Truiden, Hertha Berlin of Germany, Cypriot outfit Apollon Limassol and, most recently, Eintracht.
There has been an evident focus on Liverpool’s part on helping the 21-year-old gain regular football in Europe in view of gaining him permission to play in England.
It remains to be seen whether Allan taking his career back to South America proves a defining hindrance in his desire to show his worth on Merseyside.