There are a lot of changes going on at RB Leipzig at the moment. Losing Dominik Szoboszlai to Jürgen Klopp's Liverpool was not the only major outgoing deal for the club this summer: Christopher Nkunku has departed to Chelsea, Konrad Laimer has gone to Bayern Munich and Joško Gvardiol has just arrived at Manchester City.

Arguably four of the club's best players, Marco Rose has had to significantly revamp his squad as a result. But so far in pre-season, that hasn't necessarily affected Leipzig all that much.

The new signings who have come in to replace the departed players have done well, and have caught the eye.

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The likes of Loïs Openda and Benjamin Šeško have been firing in goals left, right and center, and others have started brightly as well among the club's new signings.

Most notably, from Liverpool's perspective: Fábio Carvalho. On loan from the Reds without an option to buy for Leipzig, Carvalho seems to have taken on Dominik Szoboszlai's position on the right side of midfield for Leipzig, and immediately scored on his first game for the club in pre-season.

He has impressed in later matches as well. Recently, Leipzig took on VSG Altglienicke and won 9-2, with Carvalho having a hand in a few of the goals.

The Portuguese U21 international grabbed an assist and also delivered some crucial key passes which saw Leipzig subsequently score or win a penalty. Seemingly thriving in his new role, it appears Carvalho could have a big role to play at the German club this season as Leipzig begins a new era.

Liverpool Fábio Carvalho RB Leipzig
Fábio Carvalho has been in good form while away at RB Leipzig from Liverpool.

And if he has the kind of season Nkunku or Szoboszlai have enjoyed over the last couple of years, a move back to Liverpool should not be ruled out. After all Carvalho is still under a long-term contract and Klopp has made it clear in the past he rates the youngster highly.

Last season, Liverpool simply could not find a role for Carvalho. That was in spite of the youngster catching the eye when called upon, scoring against Manchester City for example and netting a crucial last-minute winner against Newcastle United.

Now though, Klopp's new system does seem to accommodate a more advanced midfielder. In pre-season, Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai have both played a little further forward than previous Liverpool midfielders, and it does seem like in the new box system with Trent Alexander-Arnold inverted, there may be room for a player of Carvalho's ilk.

Everything hinges on the season ahead though. But for now it seems like Carvalho is making positive strides, and Liverpool fans should definitely not forget about him.