The future of Dejan Lovren seems to be an uncertain one after James Pearce has admitted he is unsure what lies ahead for the Croatian.
The Athletic reporter has revealed that he was sure the centre-back would be heading out the door this summer, but due to recent events, he may be staying a little longer (relayed via @LFCTransferRoom).
Lovren has been linked to a move away from Anfield, with the club reportedly eyeing up Diego Llorente as his replacement (via Express). A summer move would make sense for the 30-year-old, who has struggled for game time since Joe Gomez became the first choice partner for Virgil Van Dijk.
Should Liverpool keep or sell Dejan Lovren?
Pearce believes Lovren’s future depends on ‘what offers are forthcoming’, so another season with Liverpool could potentially be on the cards. However, Kopites aren’t too impressed with this news, particularly after his brief but disappointing performance against Everton on Sunday. The Croatian made just 14 passes and was unable to register any tackles or successful ground duels (via Sofascore).
One particularly angry supporter has begged Liverpool to ‘get this calamity out of the club’.
Read some replies to the tweet from the Anfield faithful here:
Lovren is a total disaster. He’s the last reminder of a Liverpool era I’m desperately trying to forget
— Josh (@joshisred) June 21, 2020
Need to take what we can get and quickly get a left back in
— TalkingRed ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ (@TalkingRed23) June 21, 2020
— Conor Mallon (@ConorMallon10) June 21, 2020
Just release him and get this calamity out of the club.
— Falak (@FalakRF) June 21, 2020
Every game he plays there’s a mistake in him… and always leads to goals because in dangerous positions. Hes every teams target man yet he still gets a game
— Mark Rolo (@rolo200011) June 21, 2020
Dear god, he HAS to go, lfc looked in ZERO trouble til he came on……..🤭🤭🤭🤭🤭
— 19🏆*Martin ingleson (@lfcmli4eva) June 21, 2020
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