Fabinho makes Liverpool transfer admission after 100th appearances


Fabinho made his 100th appearance for  Liverpool in last weekend's draw with West Bromwich Albion at Anfield

The Liverpool's Brazilian holding midfielder has revealed how his move to Anfield was a pivotal moment in his career as he laid out his ambitions for further success with the club.

The 27-year-old has become a key figure in Jurgen Klopp's first team since arriving from Monaco from £43m, helping the Reds to Champions League, World Club Cup and Premier League title glory.

Fabinho made his 100th Liverpool appearance in Sunday's draw with West Brom at Anfield and revealed in a long interview with the official Liverpool website how his move to Merseyside - which came just days after the Reds' heartbreaking Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid in Kiev in May 2018 - was a momentous moment in his career.

"For me personally, it was a really special feeling because in my career I always wanted to progress, so a move from Monaco to Liverpool was something great for this moment in my career”, he said.

"So, on a personal level, it was a good day for me. I’d watched the Liverpool-Real Madrid game on TV and I was supporting Liverpool, but unfortunately, they didn’t win.

"That for me, though, was the beginning of a new history. I didn’t see anyone when I came to Melwood, which might have been a good thing because maybe they’d have been angry they’d lost the final, but it was a good moment for the club to play a Champions League final after a long time.

"And it was definitely a good day for me because I signed for this big club."

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