Following today’s source update, Liverpool could accept a £50 million Fabinho proposal BBC pundit Paul Robinson has advised Liverpool to think twice before selling Fabinho
In an exclusive interview with Football Insider, the former Tottenham and England captain stated that “Jurgen Klopp has enough problems in midfield” without losing the 29-year-old.
Fabinho has had a mediocre start to the 2022-23 season.
The Brazil international has struggled to reproduce the form that has seen him become a regular at Anfield.
Fabinho’s long-term future at Liverpool is uncertain, but insiders have told Football Insider that he will stay through January before making a decision in the summer.
His contract on Merseyside is set to expire at the end of June 2026.
“Look, I think we’re all a bit quick to forget just how excellent Fabinho is,” Robinson remarked when asked if the Reds would be making a mistake if they traded the centre-midfielder.
“He has been one of Liverpool’s top players in recent years.
“They just cannot sell him until they get a ready-made successor through the door. Jurgen Klopp already has enough problems in midfield without losing Fabinho.
“What is he worth? It’s a tough one. Liverpool would not consider anything less than £50 million.
“It’s not like he’s ancient. He still has three or four years at the top of his game.
“I wouldn’t say they should keep him at all costs, but if they’re going to sell, they need to have a replacement available.”