After the debacles of Brendan Rodgers at Anfield this season, German national Jurgen Klopp took over the club in August and has ever since changed a lot at Liverpool.
He called back a number of youngsters who were on-loan away from the club and also gave them plenty of confidence and game time in a very peculiar season for the Reds.
However, with a number of players set to move to the club this summer, a number of youngsters will have to make way from the current squad.
And according to sources, Liverpool have already agreed terms with a Premier League club for one of its young stars.
According to sources from ESPN FC, Liverpool youngster Jerome Sinclair is set to leave the club at the end of the season and will join Quiqe Sanchez Flores at Watford City for the next season.
It was revealed that Sinclair will sign a three-year contract with the Vicarage outfit who were keen on his signature even in the January transfer window.
Watford’s offer for a loan-deal in January was rejected by Liverpool but the 19-year old was adamant not to sign a contract extension at Anfield and will move to Watford as a free agent after the end of this season.
Sinclair scored for Liverpool in his first full debut for the team in an FA Cup fixture against Exeter this season but is understood to be unhappy with his place in the squad and is concerned with his chances of regular first team football at Anfield.
He is highly regarded as a potential star at Anfield but with a number of new signing still set to add mettle to the Anfield squad next season, Watford might be the best place for Sinclair to continue his progress in the world of football.
Sanchez Flores will be hoping to provide the likes of Troy Deeney and Odion Ighalo some competition in Sinclair’s form and with Watford playing in all domestic competitions next season, Sinclair may well get his chance to prove himself at the Vicarage road.
Liverpool will be entitled to compensation from Watford due to Sinclair’s age (<23) and the matter could go to a tribunal if a fee cannot be agreed between the two clubs.
Do you think Liverpool should have kept hold of the 19-year old?