Liverpool information: Fabinho ‘bored’, Klopp’s Chelsea remorse, Arsenal damage replace

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Liverpool ace Fabinho is reportedly ‘bored’ at the club and is ready to consider a move to Paris St-Germain in January, according to reports.

Jurgen Klopp beat PSG to signing the midfielder from Monaco in the summer in a £43.7m deal.

But the Brazilian has featured in just two of Liverpool’s ten Premier League games this season, with Klopp admitting he needs time to adjust to his new surroundings.

The Reds already have a wealth of talent in his position, with the likes of Naby Keita, James Milner, Jordan Henderson and Georginio Wijnaldum all seemingly ahead of him.

And French newspaper Le Parisien claim the 25-year-old is already bored with life on Merseyside.

And it is claimed PSG have go wind of this and have identified Fabinho as a potential target.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp admits he regrets his side not taking the full three points against Chelsea in September.

The Blues and Manchester City are also unbeaten in the Premier League this season.

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Fabinho is reportedly ‘bored’ at Liverpool (Pic: Getty)

And Klopp has expressed his regret over not grabbing the victory against the west London outfit.

He said: “We really should have won at Chelsea.

“My assessment is so far, so good (on the season). A quarter of the season gone, that’s nothing.

“We have not done anything special, only what we have expected from us. We did what we had to do. As long as majority of boys are fit, we have a really good football team.

“We have grown together. We still like working together. We want to go for it together.”

Liverpool will be without the services of Jordan Henderson and Naby Keita this weekend when they meet Arsenal.

Jurgen Klopp will be without his captain for a third match on the spin, after Henderson was forced off against Huddersfield two weeks ago.

And Keita was injured on international duty with Guinea and has not featured since, with both players suffering from hamstring problems.

It means Fabinho is most likely to retain his place in the starting XI, having impressed in a holding midfield role in recent weeks.

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