Roberto Firmino may rejoin Premier League, As a potential Premier League transfer opportunity arises

Roberto Firmino, the Brazilian football player who moved to Saudi Arabia last summer after leaving Liverpool, may be returning to the Premier League in an unexpected development. It seems that it could occur this month.

The 32-year-old forward signed a free agent contract with Al-Ahli, a Saudi team, after leaving Anfield after his contract expired. Firmino, who has played in 17 games for the Saudi Pro League and recorded three goals and two assists. He is reportedly thinking about rejoining the Premier League. He might reunite with two former Liverpool teammates as a result of this move.

Firmino may come into Premier league

TalkSPORT reports that a number of Premier League teams have been offered the chance to sign Firmino, including Fulham. This is merely six months after he exchanged Saudi Arabia for Merseyside. The former Hoffenheim player had previously piqued the interest of Sheffield United, who are battling relegation. But this was before Chris Wilder succeeded Paul Heckingbottom as manager after his dismissal.

Firmino s future teammates at Fulham would be quite familiar to him: Harry Wilson, a product of Anfield’s youth system, is already a member of the Craven Cottage squad, where he plays a key role in Marco Silva’s game plans and frequently represents Wales at the international level.

Another reunion with Firmino might be with Fábio Carvalho. Who signed a contract with Liverpool in 2022 after leaving Fulham. The Portuguese midfielder, who made 15 appearances but was unable to establish a regular role in east Germany, was recently call back from a loan stint at RB Leipzig.

In May 2023, Firmino left Liverpool in a highly emotional departure. After eight years with the Merseyside team, he had to accept that his time there would be ending in the 2022–2023 season. In November, he said, “I made the decision that it was time to look for another challenge, another goal for myself”.

My time at Liverpool had come to an end. It had been a beautiful story that I want to finish the right way. We are very grateful for everything we experienced in England; We experienced the greatest joys and triumphs; it was all so intense. And we didn’t want to leave with any bitterness, anger or resentment.” Firmino added.

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