Liverpool have had a pretty superb start to the season as the Reds have taken the positivity from their summer transfer dealings into the first four games of the season and so far look incredibly good.
Possessing one of the best starting XI’s in the league, Klopp is now armed with the best squad the club have had in years.
The trio of Firmino, Mane and Salah have the ability to open up any side in Europe, the only worry is whether Klopp can keep them fit. If the any one of the trio gets injured, Klopp needs a player who can step in and contribute to the side.
After his starring role in England’s Under-17 World Cup winning side, Rhian Brewster was expected to get a chance in the first-team this season but thanks to an ankle injury, he has been forced to sit on the sidelines.
The youngster has had a further setback according to the Mirror and with that in mind, Klopp needs to consider sending the young forward out on loan in January.
A prolific scorer for the England under-17 squad, Brewster was the top scorer during the side’s successful campaign in 2017 and had attracted interest from Borussia Monchengladbach before signing a new long-term deal for Liverpool.
Had it not been for his most recent setback, the youngster would’ve likely featured for the club this season but now Klopp must look to loan him out in January in order to gain some first-team experience.
Agree Liverpool fans?