After a disappointing loss to Spanish giants Real Madrid in the Champions League final in Kiev, Liverpool have responded immediately by signing Brazilian Fabinho in a 44 million euro move. Henderson, Milner and Giogrinio Wijnaldum showed they are worthy of the shirt during Liverpool's Champions League run, but are likely to be rotational options next season as Liverpool look to mount a challenge on multiple fronts.
"He explained to me his way of working, his training, the history of the club and it's structures".
"I like that he is young yet experienced also, with a high number of games at a club that compete to win".
Fabinho was an integral part of the French side that won Ligue 1 past year while also reaching the Champions League semi-finals.
The Brazil midfielder will join the club on July 1, alongside Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita, following the conclusion of a medical on Monday and finalising terms on a long-term contract.
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"I don't know how [manager Jurgen] Klopp is thinking about using him but I think he can help Liverpool in both ways".
Klopp added: "He has ability and mentality to play at the highest level in a number of positions".
"He can be a holding midfielder, he can be versatile and you can play him in other positions like at full-back".
He was a key figure in Monaco's Ligue 1-winning season in 2016/2017.
Bielderman told talkSPORT 2's Hugh Wizzy: "We do believe that it [Fekir's move to Liverpool] is going to happen". Fabinho, the 24-year-old Brazilian midfielder, has been signed from Monaco for around £40m. Unlike numerous players who helped Monaco win Ligue 1 in 2017 - like Kylian Mbappe and Timeoue Bakayoko - Fabinho stayed on for another season, knuckled down and developed as a player.