Jurgen Klopp has stated that Nathaniel Clyne has been asked to exit Liverpool prior to getting a loan move to the team of Bournemouth. Bournemouth is known to have completed with the loan signing of a right-back player till the season end as Clyne will make his debut on Saturday in the 3rd round of the tie of FA Cup against Brighton.
The departure of Clyne is going to leave Trent Alexander-Arnold, the only right-back in the squad. However, Klopp is pretty confident that the youth rank’s talent can offer proper cover.
Klopp said that Clyne had asked him if he could go and he thought about it and said yes to it since he knows that they have younger options and young players are going to become a part of the squad. He also states that they can keep players but what is important to keep the player in the right shape and give them confidence. He believes that this is not an easy task.
Klopp mentions that having Clyne as a part of the team is a good option. When he became a part of Liverpool, he played in almost every match and had been important for the team. However, later, he developed a back problem and this took some time. Thereafter, there had been a change in the squad. Joe had been fit and Trent became a part of the team. However, Klopp isn’t looking to replace Clyne by signing a striker in the transfer window of January.