There’s only a month left until Allan is a Liverpool player again. The midfielder is having a loan spell at Fluminense, and there are only five matches left until his time at the Brazilian club is over.
The Rio de Janeiro club are currently fighting against relegation, so there’s a lot going on before they plan their 2020 season.
Still, they’re attentive to Allan’s situation, and will work to keep him at the club. That’s what president Mario Bittencourt has claimed in a press conference this week.
He says that both Allan and Caio Henrique, who is on loan from Atletico Madrid, have chances of staying at the club for next season.
“We are trying to get a new loan of these players. The feeling is that if there is no offer to buy, they can stay with us. Both have already expressed a desire to remain. They love the club, the fans and are grateful that they have recovered football here,” said the president (via Lance).
Now in case Fluminense do get relegated, which would happen if the league ended today, would Allan stay to play for the second division? We doubt that the player or even Liverpool would extend the loan in that case, and a new solution would have to be found.
There have also been some rumours saying Fluminense rivals Flamengo would be interested in signing Allan, which would make it even harder for his club to keep him.
Flamengo are currently the all-star team in Brazil and play in the Copa Libertadores final this weekend.