Liverpool fans here in the Tavern are beginning to take in the surroundings, as the side’s forgotten players could be on their way out, with the transfer window looming.
One of the main purposes of the legacy that Jurgen Klopp has built for Liverpool has been down to sourcing the world’s finest young talent, and aiming to develop them into future stars of the game.
Trent Alexander-Arnold and Ben Woodburn have been two academy products known to be given the opportunity to really make a name for themselves over the past couple of seasons, with frequent first-team appearances.
Indeed, recruiting some of the future footballing prodigies is something that every side aims to do, but it’s not always the way it turns out to be.
At this moment in time, the attention is surrounding the progress of Serbian Marko Grujic, a central-midfielder who was signed from Europa League outfit Red Star Belgrade back in 2016, after an impressive breakthrough in his teen years.
Now at the age of 21, Liverpool fans here in the Tavern have spoken very highly of the youngster after his pre-season display in the trip down under, but having only made 1 start and 4 bench appearances in all competitions so far this season, it’s sparked rumors of a possible loan deal for the midfielder in January.
The Landlord here in the Tavern holds the opinion that Marko Grujic should be granted a loan deal, due to the current jam-packed midfield making it hard for any opportunity to be given.
With a promising young player needing time to go out and gain valuable game-time in order to develop his talents, it makes total sense, we think.
Liverpool fans, thoughts?
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