Liverpool have a vast number of young players in the squad who are waiting for their opportunities at top flight football.
But larger the squad, lesser the game time for young players and thus most of those promising footballers are loaned out in search of first team football.
And within just weeks after saying that the club should watch out who they send out on loan, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has officially announced that Brazilian mid-field prodigy Allan Rodriguez de Souza has completed his loan move to Belgian side Sint-Truidense until the end of the season.
The 19 year old moved to Liverpool from Brazilian side Internacional last summer and was immediately sent off on a loan. He helped the Finnish side SJK and helped the club win the Veikkausliiga title last season where he scored twice and provided 5 assists.
He has since been at Liverpool playing for the Under-21’s regularly but the club has now decided that he needs to develop and found Belgium as a good place for the youngster.
The Belgian side are currently 10th in the domestic table 20 points behind the leaders but are 5 points away from the post season Championship round.
The Merseyside club have revealed that the player will return to Anfield at the end of the season and will be a full time first teamer under the new manager.
Do you think Liverpool have sent the right people out on loan?
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