Just as it was anticipated, more youngsters are expected to leave the Anfield this winter transfer window to other destinations as it is obvious they will not be having space in the first team.
The Liverpool squad is one of the best so far in the Premier League and that makes the competition in the team big and difficult for younger players to break in.
Hence, there is a need to have them leave the club to other destination where they can secure first team playing experience as well continue with their development.
However, Ovie Ejaria is latest to be confirmed to have left the Anfield for Reading on a loan move as the Royals’ first business in this January window.
Ovie Ejaria has had previous loan spells at Sunderland at Rangers with Reading making it his third since making his move to Liverpool.
The 21-year-old was linked with a move to the North London side Arsenal but favoured a move to the Liverpool Academy in 2014.
It has been exciting for Reading’s boss Jose Gomes who confirmed the deal as he looked forward to working with the player to help the club through the final third of the season as they hope to secure qualification to the English top flight.