Fans left in awe of Klopp again over Liverpool’s signing of ‘absolute monster’

Jurgen Klopp has been hailed yet again for signing an 'absolute monster' as fans have been left in awe by another Liverpool masterstroke.

The capture of Luis Diaz has blown fans away all across Europe, as Klopp has quite the record of snapping up top talent. And after another dazzling display for Fulham, the German has been praised again for signing Fabio Carvalho from under the noses of their Premier League competition.

Carvalho scored and assisted during a 7-0 win against Luton Town on Monday, as Fulham won the Championship title in front of their fans at Craven Cottage. But with Carvalho seemingly on his way to Liverpool in the summer, Klopp has been hailed for signing an 'absolute monster'.

Whereas Liverpool's rivals typically splash out on the best talent in Europe, Klopp and the recruitment team at Anfield have become well known for finding gems. And Carvalho is another one of those in the making, as Liverpool are set to pay just £5million for the 19-year-old, who is out of contract this summer.

One fan said: "A goal and assist from Liverpool bound Fabio Carvalho. 11 goals and 8 assists for the season from the 19-year-old. Klopp is going to turn him to an absolute monster next season!"

And another supporter boasted: Reminder that we [Liverpool] bought Fabio Carvalho for £5m. He will be one of the biggest bargains in a long time."

Although the deal isn't official just yet, Liverpool did agree to sign Carvalho in January – although the move fell through on Deadline Day. But the Reds will now pay a tribunal fee to Fulham, just as they did for Harvey Elliott.

And Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic gave the youngster his man of the match award against Luton, in a lovely gesture which may signal that Carvalho is leaving. Upon handing Carvalho the award, Mitrovic said: "I want to give this award to Fabio. Because he deserves it and we don’t know how much more we will play with each other in the future."

Carvalho has reportedly agreed a five-year deal at Anfield, and will be part of Klopp's plans next season. Personal terms were already agreed in January, and the player is keen on a move.

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