It has been only two weeks that Pedro Chirivella left Liverpool and it appears like they might be forced to welcome him back to the club.
The twenty-one-year-old players have not played a good game for the club since they had last been defeated in May 2016 in Swansea. This was his 5th appearance for the senior team. Following the loan spells at the Dutch clubs Willem II and Go Ahead Eagles since then, the youth from Valencia, who is also known to have played in the center-back position for Liverpool, seemed to have made up his mind to leave the club last summer. However, the perspective moves to Rosenborg and Celtic were unsuccessful.
As the prospect of breaking into the plan of Jurgen Klopp long gone, he decided to make a move back to Spain for joining Extremadura, the Segunda Division on loan. However, it has been reported that he is yet to play for the south Spain-based side. Also, the registration has been called into question by the authorities in Spain.
Liverpool had been confident that everything was right at the end of the deal and they have adhered to the right protocols that have been enforced by FIFA and the football associations of both the countries. The Red is hoping to reach a compromised and that player is allowed to play for Extremadura team. In case it fails, he is going to come back to Anfield and will play for the under-23 team till the time his contract expires.