The 24-year-old midfielder has agreed a long-term contract with the Merseyside outfit after the Reds announced a deal to sign the Brazilian from Monaco on Sunday evening.
Fabinho had long been linked with a move to the Premier League, with Manchester United and Arsenal both touted as possible destinations for the midfielder in the past.
Liverpool FC moved quickly to conclude a deal, with the Reds believed to be paying in the region of £43m to bring the midfielder to Anfield.
Fabinho will officially become a Liverpool FC player on 1 July – and the player himself has expressed his delight at how quickly the move to Anfield was able to be concluded.
Speaking in an interview with Liverpool FC’s website, Fabinho said: “I knew that this move could happen very quickly.
“I was hoping that the move would happen fast, too, and I am very happy that the move happened at the beginning of the window.
“I’m pleased that I’ve signed for Liverpool and I was waiting and expecting that everything would go well.
“I wanted to travel to Liverpool because I wanted to know how things would develop.
“I wanted to know how things work at this football club and what you need to do in the interviews, so I am very, very pleased with the outcome.”
Liverpool FC will be on the lookout for a number of other signings this summer as Jurgen Klopp looks to build a team capable of winning the Premier League next season.
The Reds suffered a disappointing 3-1 loss to Real Madrid in the Champions League final in Kiev on Saturday night as they ended up without a trophy under Klopp this term.
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