Roberto Firmino considers departure amid struggles at Al-Ahli

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Roberto Firmino, former Liverpool forward, is contemplating a departure from Al-Ahli in the Saudi Pro League. Reports suggest it is due to a recent slump in his playing time and diminishing favor within the club. The 32-year-old’s initial flourish with a hat-trick on his debut quickly faded into a goal drought. This led him become substitute in recent matches and sparked talks of a potential exit in the January transfer window.

Disenchanted with the system at Al-Ahli, Roberto Firmino has hinted at seeking fresh opportunities elsewhere. Speculations suggest a return to the Premier League might be in the cards. There was initial interest from Sheffield United before the departure of their manager, Paul Heckingbottom. However, uncertainties loom over the situation following the managerial change.

Roberto Firmino’s search for a new chapter

Beyond England, interest in signing Roberto Firmino extends across Europe. Clubs in Turkey have reportedly shown interest, and the Brazilian forward is also open to the prospect of returning to his homeland to continue his footballing journey.

While Al-Ahli is amenable to loaning out Firmino, they prefer retaining him within the Middle East. This leaves the Brazilian striker contemplating various offers and weighing his options as the January transfer window approaches.

Amidst his footballing uncertainties, Roberto Firmino is set to revisit Liverpool for a book signing event promoting his memoirs titled “Si Senor: My Liverpool Years”. The memoir encapsulates cherished moments from his eight-year spell at Liverpool. It includes highlights from their Premier League and Champions League triumphs.

The prospect of Roberto Firmino potentially returning to England raises the possibility of him facing his former teammates and Jurgen Klopp on the pitch once again. However, as the Brazilian’s future hangs in the balance, the footballing world awaits his decision, with anticipation building as the January transfer window draws near.

Roberto Firmino’s situation at Al-Ahli stands as a contrast to his initial promising start, leaving him pondering his next move. Whether he opts for a Premier League comeback or explores new avenues in Europe or Brazil, the coming weeks promise to unveil the next chapter of Firmino’s illustrious footballing journey.

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