Liverpool information: Fabinho ‘BORED’ underneath Jurgen Klopp, PSG eyeing January switch

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LIVERPOOL summer signing Fabinho is reportedly ‘bored’ at the club and is ready to consider a move to Paris St-Germain in January.

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.

“The moment is good, being called has helped too”

Fabinho

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

Fabinho admitted earlier in the season that he was frustrated not to feature more prominently for his new club.

After showing impressive form in recent seasons at Monaco, he had several clubs interested in his services.

Manchester United were tipped to pursue his signature but ultimately chose to land Fred instead.

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Liverpool star Fabinho is reportedly bored at the club (Pic: GETTY)

Fabinho started last weekend’s 4-1 Premier League victory over Cardiff City, however, and said he was desperate to keep his place in the side.

“The moment is good, being called has helped too.

“So I’m very happy, I hope I can keep it.

“I know the rate here is very high, you have to always try to keep a good performance, and in our team we have a lot of options in the midfield.

“Of course it’s not possible to be always called, but whenever the coach needs me I want to be ready for it.”

The Reds currently sit joint-top of the Premier League, unbeaten in their ten games.

Klopp’s men face arguably their toughest test of the season so far on Saturday as they make the trip to the Emirates to play Arsenal.

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