Liverpool summer recruit Fabinho has told the press that he is “very happy” with how Jurgen Klopp has integrated him into the club’s first team plans.
The Brazilian international who arrived the Anfield form AS Monaco in the summer has endured a tough start to his Liverpool career. The Reds German manager Jurgen Klopp has overlooked the midfielder during matches.
Nonetheless, Fabinho has started in consecutive matches in recent games, and the midfielder has shown just how important he can be. His performance against Red Star Belgrade and Cardiff City in the UEFA Champions League and the English Premier League respectively was top notch.
According to a publication by ESPN, the former Monaco youngster spoke about his progress at Anfield, saying he is enjoying life and football in Liverpool following an unexpected tough start.
The holding midfielder will be hoping to keep his place among the starters as the Reds face red hot Gunners in their next Premier League match.
I’m very happy to play my second match in a row as first-choice, played the full match. It is very good for me. This moment to adapt, it hasn’t been easy – many times you are out, there were many times I wasn’t [picked].
But I tried to learn from all this, tried to give my best during practice. The coaches were very nice to me, they didn’t let me get down. I worked to be well prepared.
The two teams are known to play attacking football. Just like Arsenal, Liverpool are looking to win the English Premier League this season. This makes the weekend clash a must-watch for fans as well as a must-win match for both teams.