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Liverpool: Losing Bobby Adekanye shouldn’t worry Jurgen Klopp

Despite their current resounding success, Jurgen Klopp’s long-term goal will obviously be to make Liverpool’s future as exciting as possible.

Indeed, as a result, we’ve seen him give chances to youth over the years and while some are satisfied with their positions, others who’ve been ignored are anything but pleased.

Due to the lack of chances, some players want out and youngster Bobby Adekanye is among them. According to reports from Italian outlet Il Messaggero (via Sports Witness), the bright winger’s closing in on a move to Lazio after failing to break into Liverpool’s senior team. While losing talented youngster’s like Adekanye – who’s impressed in the youth leagues – is a discouraging sign, the plethora of future talent means Klopp won’t be worried about it.

Indeed, Liverpool are packed with hugely talented youngsters who are being encouraged to operate in the best way possible. Adekayne’s departure could be the loss of one such talent, but the Reds have many to replace him with. One such is 18-year-old Rhian Brewster, who was a bright spark in England U-17 World cup success in 2017.

These are truly exciting times on Merseyside.

Brewster’s a top prospect who can easily be the long-term successor to Roberto Firmino, going forward. Indeed, he’s pacy, incisive and lethal in front of goal, having the ability to score from every area in the final third.

He can easily light up Anfield with his brilliant goal-scoring prowess in the near future and, along with Bobby Duncan, looks every inch a future Liverpool star. Frankly, what is Adekanye loss can work in Brewster’s advantage, as the bright youngster’s path to the senior team could get cleared up with his compatriot’s departure.

Liverpool fans, would you be affected by Adekayne’s potential exit? Join the discussion by commenting below…


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