Firmino to make emotional Liverpool return and fans will going to love it

Roberto Firmino

Roberto Firmino will be returning to Liverpool in January – just seven months after leaving the club. Roberto Firmino will be making a return to Liverpool in January,

Seven months after leaving the club at the end of his contract.

Even with half a season under the belt since Firmino made an emotional exit from Anfield,

He still remains the player to have featured most during Jurgen Klopp’s tenure – some 26 appearances ahead of Mohamed Salah.

The Brazilian was reinvented under Reds boss as an all-action centre forward and became an adored part of the front three alongside Salah and Sadio Mane,

Contributing towards 190 goals across an eight-year period and helping the club to a first Premier League title in 30 years.

Firmino locking for a comeback in Liverpool

It was decided for him that his time at Liverpool was up last summer, leaving without being offered a contract renewal and has since continued his career with Al-Ahli in the Saudi Pro League.

However, it has now been announce that the 32-year-old will be making a return to the city where he has spent most of his career.

Also Back in October he announced the November release of a memoir titled

“Si Senor: My Liverpool Years” – named after his famous chant – telling stories of his time as a Reds player. Now ahead of the New Year, details have been publish confirming a book signing event titled “Meet Bobby Firmino”.

Taking place on January 5, 2024 at Waterstones on College Street in Liverpool city centre,

Firmino will return to Liverpool and put pen to paper on copies of his book for those in attendance.

Priced at £22, tickets will entitle supporters to pick up a copy of the book on the day, meet Firmino in person and have it signed.

It is stressed that entry can only be gained with a ticket, which are on sale on a first come first served basis.

Waterstones have confirmed the player will also be unable to sign any other form of Reds memorabilia or merchandise,

And also will not be able to stop to pose for photographs. Instead staff will be on hand to take pictures of ticket holders with Firmino whilst he is signing books.

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