Liverpool have brought in just one new face in January but are ready to let players leave their injury-stricken squad.
The Reds are currently without the likes of Virgil van Dijk and Diogo Jota and many others as Jurgen Klopp’s side are ninth in the Premier League. So far, only Cody Gakpo has moved to Anfield. The Dutchman has not yet scored.
But with Klopp appearing pessimistic about new signings, it looks like bodies need to leave Merseyside before any new blood is brought in.
According to CaughtOffside (opens in new tab)Calvin Ramsay is on loan just months after joining Liverpool from Aberdeen.
The 19-year-old was an exciting signing in the summer, who is expected to serve as Trent Alexander-Arnold’s deputy at right-back and is much loved in Scotland. As it stands, he has played once in the League Cup and once in Europe.
Swansea City are seen as a potential destination for the young defender, who signed a five-year contract in the summer for an initial fee of just over £4 million. Ramsay became a club record sale for Aberdeen at the time.
37-year-old James Milner filled in at right-back for the Reds this season in the absence of Alexander-Arnold. The veteran utility man became the second-youngest Premier League player ever when he came on as a substitute for his senior debut with Leeds United in 2002… the year before Ramsay was even born.
Liverpool’s other signings in the summer, Darwin Nunez and Fabio Carvalho, have received mixed reviews so far. Nunez received almost as much criticism as praise from fans, while Carvalho looked cheerful but regularly struggled to break into Klopp.
Ramsay is estimated to be worth €5 million Transfer market (opens in new tab).
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