Liverpool are currently thriving beyond measure, but a tight schedule could put an end to their English Premier League dreams in the blink of an eye, as they’ll be forced to play a lot of games in December.
That’s why the team is well aware of their need to get reinforcements in the January transfer window, as their roster isn’t as depth as it should be if they’re looking to win the UEFA Champions League as well
And with all the rumors of Rhian Brewster reportedly going away on a loan, Jurgen Klopp hinted at the possibility of signing a new striker in this upcoming transfer window, as the team would only have Roberto Firmino and Divock Origi at the number 9 position:
“Yes, we have to see. We can’t just give the boys on loan because we have built this squad. We have three long-term injuries and four with Paul Glatzel. Two of them were pre-season, two came later with Joel (Matip) and Fabinho. That gives us a 16-player squad and I count the kids, but we cannot only give players on loan and think it is good for him, we always have to consider both situations, the boy’s and ours. In the end, we try to make the perfect solution. Sometimes it works out, others it does not,” Klopp claimed in a press conference, as quoted by Goal.
Klopp went on to admit that Brewster is the most likely candidate to go away on loan in the summer to try and work on his game, as his development took a major hit due to injury and he needs more playing time to get it going:
“Maybe Rhian is the one, age-wise, experience-wise, (to go out on loan). If he had not been injured he would already have been on a different level, but that is the situation and we constantly think of the situation for the boys. He is very young, but still a bit advanced. But I don’t know, we don’t make decisions right now. If we do it then it 100 percent needs to be the right club,” he concluded.