England international striker Dominic Solanke hasn’t play a single match for the Reds this season, not because he’s not good enough but as result of intense competing ahead of him.
The Reds attacking frontline is massively loaded that it would take an extraordinary performance from the 21-year-old to break into the team.
Daniel Sturridge, Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, Xherdan Shaqiri and Roberto Firmino are all ahead of him in the pecking order and that might not change anytime soon, not in this season.
Despite finding the back of the net in three occasions with England’s U23 side during the last international break, Klopp isn’t convinced of his talent as he chose to leave him out of his squad list in all the matches played so far this season.
A loan move to a club where he will be actively involved in games is imminent and that could occur in the winter transfer market. Many clubs are keeping close tab on his progress so as to launch transfer negotiations with Klopp for his signature.
According to Sky Sports, Huddersfield Town are among the clubs that would be keen on a January loan deal for Solanke having been monitoring his situation at Anfield and are keen on the possibility of getting him on loan for the rest of the campaign.
Should he join the Terriers, Liverpool would benefit more from his transaction. Solanke will definitely feature in many games which will help him be in great shape throughout the second period of the season and as long as the youngster remain in fine form for the rest of the season, he could lay claim for a starting role in 2019-20 season.
With David Wagner’s side struggling to score goals this season, the youngster will definitely be a good addition to the team. Solanke is definitely a player for the future, Klopp must be willing to let him develop his game by sanctioning his move to Huddersfield.
Just like Solanke, Divock Origi need to move out of Anfield as soon as possible. The Belgian has seen a huge stop to his rising fame as he now feature as a bit-part player under Jurgen Klopp.
His loan spell at Wolfsburg last season was a total failure, nonetheless, he must look to bring his career back on track before the end of this season.
As at present, no club have reportedly show any concrete interest in his signature but the situation is likely to change once the transfer window commence in two weeks time.