FSG and Liverpool are one game away from making millions in transfer fortune as World Cup looms

Liverpool and FSG may hold off on making a transfer this summer ahead of the World Cup later on this year, which could help them to make millions more.

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Amid all the frantic action between Fulham

and Liverpool over the transfer of Fabio Carvalho on transfer deadline day in January,

one other transfer fell under the radar.

Carvalho’s collapsed move, which may yet be reignited in the summer,

took most of the headlines in the aftermath of the event. However, in the coming weeks and months since, 

Liverpool fans have been keeping a close eye on another Fulham man instead.

Neco Williams’ time at Liverpool showed plenty of promise, but last season,

the young full-back struggled with a dip in form and was harshly criticized by the club’s so-called supporters on social media. Getting away from that environment has definitely been the right decision in terms of the youngster’s future.

FSG and Liverpool are one game away from making millions in transfer fortune as World Cup looms

Moving on loan to Fulham has allowed Williams to flourish once again

and regain the confidence which caught Jürgen Klopp’s eye in the Liverpool first team all the way back in the 2019/20 season. Williams has been stupendous in the Championship and he has fitted into Fulham seamlessly.

He will play a key role in helping Fulham gain promotion into the Premier League once again,

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and Liverpool may be tempted to part ways with him in the summer,

should the London-based side make a move. However, if FSG is shrewd enough, they may just delay that transfer.

Williams has not just been performing exceedingly well at Fulham. He has also been excellent for his country

and played a crucial role in Wales’ 2-1 victory over Austria in their FIFA World Cup qualifying play-off. The 20-year-old attempted seven dribbles in the game and succeeded in five. He also won all his tackles, made two interceptions and one key pass.

Considering Wales are just one game away from the Qatar World Cup later on in the year,

Liverpool might be tempted to hold off on allowing Williams to leave permanently this summer.

If Wales can get through either Scotland or Ukraine in the play-off final, 

FSG will know Williams’ price could skyrocket with impressive performances at the World Cup,

and they could make millions more on his departure.

Should that come to fruition, Liverpool should look for another loan transfer solution ahead of next season,

preferably in the Premier League and potentially at Fulham in an ideal scenario,

where Williams will be able to play regular football ahead of the World Cup.

In the summer of 2023, he will still have two years left on his current Liverpool deal, which expires in 2025. It’s at this point that FSG could make a hefty transfer profit.

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