With Liverpool set to undergo a squad overhaul in the summer, a few sales are likely to happen in order to generate the cash needed to sign the club’s top targets. While the future of several players looks certain, decisions have yet to be made on other players.
The ever reliable Fabrizio Romano reports that no decisions has been made by Liverpool in relation to the futures of Caoimhin Kelleher and Fabio Carvalho.
Romano reported the news in his Daily Briefing for Caught Offside. The journalist states Liverpool will not make a decision on the two young players until the end of the season.
“Despite links about Caoimhin Kelleher and a possible move away from Liverpool, no decision has been made on this one yet, and it’s the same for Fabio Carvalho”, said Romano.
“The club will decide on those situations/loans in May/June, also based on player’s preferences.”
Caoimhin Kelleher has been linked with a move away from Anfield since December. The Irishman is a talented keeper but is unlikely to dislodge Allison from Liverpool’s no.1 spot.
Kelleher is reportedly liked by several Premier League clubs and Jurgen Klopp is unlikely to stand in the goalkeeper’s way if he chose to seek first team minutes elsewhere.
Fabio Carvalho has seen limited Premier League since signing from Fulham last summer. A loan would seemingly be the best solution for the 20-year-old.
The midfielder’s talent is not in question but hos involvement in the first team has been limited, exacerbated further by the ascension of Stefan Bajcetic in midfield.