Klopp considering loan deals for five players

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is considering letting some of his squad leave Anfield on loan in January.


Reports were circulated over the weekend which claimed that young midfielder Marko Grujic is likely to be allowed to make a temporary exit.

The Serbian youngster has struggled to make an impact since arriving at the club around eighteen months ago and Klopp is said to feel he needs regular games to develop.

Moves to Huddersfield Town or Newcastle United have been touted as potential outcomes for the former Red Star Belgrade man.

Klopp is also thinking over letting either Danny Ings or Dominic Solanke spend the second half of the season away from the club as well.


Solanke has been a regular on the bench since arriving from Chelsea in the Summer, while Ings has been recovering from injury by playing for the under-23 side.

Both are keen to stake a claim for a place on the plane to Russia as part of Gareth Southgate’s England squad next Summer.

Newcastle are said to be keen on signing Ings as they look to ease their goalscoring issues in the second half of the campaign, with manager Rafa Benitez also linked with a free transfer deal for Fernando Torres.

Welsh internationals Danny Ward and Ben Woodburn are also receiving interest, particularly from Championship clubs, as they look to get more first-team football than Klopp has handed them so far this season.

New Sunderland boss Chris Coleman is reported to be keen on taking both of his former Wales players to the Stadium of Light in the new year.

Klopp is only likely to let one or two of these players make switches to other clubs in January as he doesn’t want to limit his options too much.


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  1. Surely, he cannot allow Solanke go – he is an excellent sub in situations of campaigns and injuries. Sturridge and Mane both prone to injury. While we are at it, what is the political or committee situation regarding Robertson?

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