Brazilian midfielder Allan has admitted that he is not keen on returning to Anfield once his loan with Fluminense expires this summer, and hopes to reach an agreement to remain in Brazil for the foreseeable future.
The 22-year-old left Liverpool on a six-month loan in February after returning early from his spell with Eintracht Frankfurt, and it appears he now wants to remain in his native country.
Speaking in a press conference (via Globo Esporte), Allan confessed that he is thoroughly enjoying life with Fluminense.
Liverpool loanee Allan: “For me, I would stay here for two or three years.”— Anfield Edition (@AnfieldEdition) April 18, 2019
“But it does not depend on me alone. I want to stay and show my football. I hope there’s an agreement with Fluminense to stay a little longer. I like the club, the city and I want to stay here.” pic.twitter.com/TtkzDsvcws