A number of clubs are calling to secure the signature of Ben Woodburn on a loan deal and manager Jurgen Klopp is willing o let him go if he has the assurance from the clubs that they will hand him regular playing time.
The German manager is aware that Ben Woodburn is not ripe enough o break into the Liverpool first team but there is a need to ensure his progress and development is steady and not stagnant.
Ben Woodburn only left Sheffield United where he was supposed to have a one-year season loan but he was asked to return owing to the fact that things did not work out as planned for him.
He failed to secure okaying time and his development could not be guaranteed at the Bramall Lane.
However, the German manager who confirmed that there are a number of offers available for the 19-year-old talent, the club will not be in a rush to make any decision as they are only ready to hand him to where he would be sure of regular playing time.
According to Jurgen Klopp, there are only a few honest clubs who will keep their words on the agreement to have Ben Woodburn play regularly and that will be looked out for.