Roberto Firmino to return to Premier League as he wants to exit Saudi

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Roberto Firmino is preparing to depart Al-Ahli after losing favor with the Saudi Pro League club. Several European clubs, including those in England, are reportedly showing interest in acquiring his services.

The 32-year-old former Liverpool favorite departed Anfield as a free agent. Thus, becoming part of the trend of top stars moving to the Middle East during the summer. Despite earlier speculation linking him with a move to other destinations.

Firmino had an ideal beginning to his tenure in Saudi Arabia, scoring a hat-trick on his debut for Al-Ahli. However, his impact diminished considerably since that initial success. SInce, he failed to find the net in subsequent matches. Consequently, he has been out of the team at the moment.

Roberto Firmino frustrated with his tenure at Al-Ahli

As reported by talkSPORT, the Brazilian international is contemplating a move in January due to surging frustration with his current situation at Al-Ahli. A return to the Premier League appears to be a possibility for Firmino.

The report further details that Roberto Firmino, displeased with Al-Ahli’s system, was a target for Sheffield United . That is before the departure of Paul Heckingbottom earlier this month. It is uncertain whether Sheffield United’s interest will persist following Heckingbottom’s exit. However, Firmino continues to attract interest from various clubs across Europe.

Interest in Firmino’s services has emerged from clubs in Turkey, and he would also contemplate a return to his native Brazil. Al-Ahli is open to the possibility of loaning Firmino out in January, although they would prefer him to stay in the Middle East.

While it remains uncertain where Firmino will be playing after the January transfer window, the former Liverpool favorite will be willing to make a return to Merseyside in the coming weeks.

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