Breaking News: New Liverpool manager sent double transfer message as decisions near on two players

Tyler Morton and Fabio Carvalho, two Reds midfielders on loan at Hull City, are still making an impression.

Carvalho spent the first part of the season on loan at RB Leipzig (Photo by Ryan Pierse – UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images)

Hull City’s equalizer against Leeds was achieved yesterday by a combination of Tyler Morton and Fabio Carvalho, two Liverpool loanees, but they were unable to stop their team from losing late at Elland Road.

The two have shown promise during their loan stints at the Tigers as they work to position themselves to play significant roles at Liverpool in the Klopp era to come.

After dancing past several Leeds defenders, Morton—who signed with Hull on loan in September—pulled back a cross that Carvalho expertly converted to tie the score at one.

With that goal, the Portuguese forward scored for Liam Rosenior’s team for the fifth time in thirteen games.

Carvalho signed a contract with Hull in January after a challenging loan at RB Leipzig. Liverpool and the Tigers have recently had a positive relationship. “He’s at Liverpool because of his incredible potential, and I’m grateful that they trusted us,” Rosenior remarked. “What we’ve done with Tyler Morton has been seen by Liverpool.”

Jurgen Klopp also expressed his happiness with the work that both clubs had completed in February, saying, “It’s so good to see.” Tyler and Fabio are doing fantastically. It’s wonderful to see Fabio back to his full self-confidence. Both are frequent participants and fairly dominant players. Both have developed in an amazing way.

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This season, Morton has made 32 league appearances, tallying three goals and five assists. His move into the Leeds box on Monday was a change from his usual defensive midfield role, and the 21-year-old’s range of abilities was shown by the composure and dribbling skills he displayed in his assist.

Carvalho, meanwhile, skillfully flicked the cross past Illan Meslier to convert it. He is also 21 years old, and since joining Hull in January, he has started every 13 games.

His experiences at Leipzig, where he only made three starts and played 11% of the minutes available, are very different from this (compared to 94% at Hull so far).

When it became evident at the end of December that the loan move was not benefiting either party, Liverpool called up the young player from Germany.

Sporting Director Rouven Schroder of Leipzig stated, “Fabio was able to quickly integrate himself here, but both parties had expected more from his time here – especially Fabio in terms of his playing time.”

“We are unable to guarantee this for him due to the competition and caliber of our squad at his position. We had multiple conversations over the past few days and ultimately made the decision to terminate his loan early.

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We would like to thank Fabio for his efforts at RBL and wish him the best of luck in the future, he continued.

Carvalho has had a successful few months on the east coast, and after his goal against West Brom earlier in the season, Rosenior had nothing but praise for him.

“His outlook is modest. “He desires to work,” Rosenior remarked. “Every day, I have to pull him off the training field… He has the right mindset, which will help him have a successful career. He is just so modest.

After spending the 2022–2023 season on loan at Blackburn Rovers, Morton—who was named the EFL Young Player of the Month in December—has made a similarly positive impact at the Championship club as he enjoys a second fruitful season in the division.

The midfield player gained notice for his outstanding performance in the difficult away match against Leeds, which was televised on Sky Sports. Morton finished two of his three dribbles, contested ten ground duels, and had an 85% pass completion percentage in addition to his assist.

A few months into the current campaign, Rosenior gave an explanation for his desire for the Liverpool starlet. “I fell in love with Tyler right away when I watched him play on loan at Blackburn last season,” the man remarked. “He reminds me so much of Michael Carrick, which he won’t like me saying because he’s a Liverpool boy, but he is everything I like in a midfield player.”

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Both players are scheduled to return to Liverpool in the summer for preseason, where they will try to win over the new manager and coaching staff of the Reds.

The new hires will evaluate the pair’s potential value to the starting lineup. During the 2021–2022 season, Morton made a few brief appearances under Klopp, including being given the go-ahead to start at Tottenham Hotspur.

Although there is fierce competition for spots in that position due to the rise of Bobby Clark and James McConnell, the return of Stefan Bajcetic, the four summer signings for 2023, as well as well-established young players Curtis Jones and Harvey Elliott, he could offer good depth in midfield.

Carvalho, who played for Klopp all over the front line at the start of the challenging 2022–23 season, might offer the new manager an alternative out wide or in attacking midfield.

Throughout the last seven games of the season, the pair will try to lead the Tigers into an unexpected play-off position. With a game remaining, Hull is currently six points behind sixth-place Norwich in tenth place. Their chances of getting promoted have taken a significant hit due to a bad run of six losses in a row.

The Liverpool pair will play Cardiff City on Saturday, April 6.

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