By Kim Sung-ho]On the 16th, European football transfer expert Fabrizio Romano raised the speculation of English Premier League Liverpool MF Fabinho’s move to Saudi Arabia. “Fabinho has agreed to join Al Ittihad. He will not take part in Liverpool’s pre-season training.” The only thing missing was a transfer fee difference between the two clubs, and once that was resolved, Fabinho would leave for Saudi Arabia.
Five days later, 온라인카지노 Fabinho’s transfer speculation became more concrete. It was reported that Fabinho missed Liverpool’s pre-season tour after receiving a £40 million-a-year offer.
However, Fabinho’s move to Saudi Arabia has come to a screeching halt. It’s not about money, it’s about family.
“Could Liverpool star ditch £245,000-a-week for dog?” reported The Sun on the 25th, meaning that Fabinho may have to give up £245,000 for his dog.
According to reports, Al Ahly had offered £40m for Fabinho. A personal agreement has been reached, but the deal may not go through because of his dog.
Fabinho has two dogs, a French bulldog who sleeps in his bed and travels with him, and his wife, in particular, considers him to be her child, even reserving a seat for him on a private charter flight.
It turns out that French bulldogs are not allowed in Saudi Arabia. Fabinho wants clarification on whether he can take his two dogs with him to Saudi Arabia.
Fabinho is even more upset because there has been no announcement from the Saudi authorities. According to social media, it is forbidden to own a French bulldog in Saudi Arabia. The reason: they’re “dangerous and aggressive” and are on the kingdom’s list of banned dogs.
However, dangerous and aggressive dogs are exempt from this ban if they are used for hunting, as guard dogs, or as guide dogs for the blind. With these rumours circulating, Fabinho wants to know the exact terms of the ban.
If it turns out that Fabinho’s two French bulldogs are on the ban list, he says he won’t abandon them – he’ll stay in Liverpool instead of travelling to Saudi Arabia.
This would mean that Fabinho would have to give up the £425,000-a-week offer from Al Ittihad, which is worth around £700 million, and just take the £180,000-a-week he currently earns at Liverpool, which is around £300 million. That means he would give up $400 million for his dog.
Al Ittihad, who are already keen on Fabinho, are hoping to finalise the deal once and for all. The Saudi champions already have Ballon d’Or winner Karim Benzema and Chelsea’s N’Golo Kante in their squad. Celtic star Jota has also confirmed his arrival.
Meanwhile, Fabinho won the Champions League, Premier League, Carabao Cup, and FA Cup during his time at Liverpool.
[Liverpool] Fabinho and his wife treat their dog like a member of the family, but if they can’t take him with them to Saudi Arabia, they’ll give up their weekly salary of $700,000. Photo via Fabinho’s social media, Getty Images]