Fabrizio Romano shares Carvalho & agents’ stance on Liverpool move after failed deadline day signing attempt

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Despite failing to sign Fabio Carvalho on deadline day in a deal that would have seen the Englishman loaned back to Fulham, there remains hope that Liverpool can still get ahead of the queue for his signature.

The Reds themselves reportedly remain ‘confident’ of finding a way to ensure the 19-year-old ends up in the famous red shirt come the summer window, as noted in a tweet by Sky Sports reporter, Fabrizio Romano.

The fact the player himself remains interested in seeing a move come to fruition by the end of the season should certainly bolster the Merseysiders’ hopes of getting their man in the long-run.

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Given the effort expended in getting close to the point of an official announcement – only to fall at the last hurdle as we ran out of time to sort out the loan part of the agreement – it would be foolishness of the highest order to simply give up on the possibility.

According to the renowned journalist, a fee of £8.3m had been agreed between ourselves and the Cottagers, and could still be used as a basis from which to work on for a pre-agreement.

With a tribunal fee a gamble for Fulham and losing the player for a pittance to a European outfit a real possibility, we’ve arguably still got a decent chance of finding a deal that works for the both of us.

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  1. Cannot see us paying £8.3m now. Fulham would be lucky to get half of that in tribunal. Additionally, a tribunal, followed by an appeal, etc, will drag on, not what you want when cash flow is so important

  2. given the fact that he has no agent then i’m guessing the so called transfer guru is copy and pasting from other twitter users

  3. Good thing is if Fabio ends up at Liverpool they have shown their hand when it comes to the tribunal to decide the fee so it’s a win win for FFC as they haven’t been ripped of like they were over Elliotts move

  4. Options: a) 8m now, b) 4.5m if they go to the tribunal, and would get that after 18 months, c) nothing if he goes to Borussia or Bayern. Fulham have got some brilliant financial minds….

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