Liverpool worried ‘first-class’ player would miss four months, return is now ahead of schedule
Arthur Melo is recovering from an injury for Liverpool ahead of time. The Reds feared he’d be out for four months.
They argue that Arthur Melo’s return to football is on track.
After only 13 minutes for Liverpool, the Brazilian suffered a catastrophic injury in October. According to the article, Liverpool believed he’d miss four months as a result of the Reds’ emergency signing. Instead, they were relieved to see him ahead of schedule at their training camp in Dubai. Arthur shouldn’t have missed all that time, and he should be back any day soon.
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This is consistent with Fabrizio Romano’s tweets. He denied reports that Liverpool could allow Arthur to return to Juventus following interest from Palmeiras.
According to Romano, such a move is improbable. Instead, Arthur should be back in action in the coming weeks, and Liverpool could surely use him.
Even if it wasn’t his fault, Arthur’s loan spell was absolutely horrifying. He’s actually done some amazing work to adjust to Liverpool, earning the title of ‘first-class’ for his performances with the Under 21s.
And when he’s at his best, Arthur is a unique skill that Liverpool could utilize. He simply needs to become fit, stay fit, and adapt to this team in record time. Of Now, it’s quite improbable that Liverpool will sign Arthur on a permanent basis for £32 million at the end of his loan. According to reports, they’ve already made up their minds.
But Arthur still has time to make an impression at Anfield. He should return soon – and ahead of schedule – with plenty of time to show himself.
Maybe, with a little luck, this loan transaction doesn’t have to be a total disaster.