Liverpool have loaned out one of their youngsters Herbie Kane to Doncaster Rovers as they hope to give more first-team experience in the coming season.
The Reds confirmed the deal via their official site this afternoon after reaching an agreement with the League one side for the 19-year-old player.
Kane joined the Merseyside club from Bristol city in 2013 and has progressed through the club’s youth team to the U18 level.
He was promoted to the U23 side last season, where he featured in 16 matches.
Though he hasn’t gotten time to feature in front of Jurgen Klopp, the midfielder is highly rated by the club’s hierarchy.
Should he have a great time with the League one side next season, he will definitely make his debut appearance for the Reds first-team in no time.
There are huge competition for a place in the Reds midfield position and the 19-year-old won’t be given any chance to represent the team in the coming season.
New boys Fabinho, Keita surely going to be integrated into Klopp’s starting lineup in the upcoming season, therefore, Kane need a move to where he would be regularly featured in games.
Though a move away from the Reds is desperately needed by the youngster, Doncaster seem to be too lower for the youngster considering his quality.