The winter transfer window is about to run out and a number of clubs will make last moves to secure more additions to their team before it runs out.
For English Premier League leaders Liverpool, they are not hoping to land any new player but they will have to grant permission to some young lads to go out on loan to secure more playing time as well as gain a first team appearance.
It is understood that about three Liverpool players will part ways with the club on a temporal basis before Thursday’s deadline, the latest reports say.
A Daily Mail report as quoted TEAMtalk, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp will sanction Ben Woodburn, Lazar Markovic and Divock Origi to all leave the club on loan.
It has been established that the three players will not be able to secure a first team football with the German manager which is the reason why he will hand them the opportunity to play regularly.
It would be recalled that Ben Woodburn only returned to the Anfield after an unsuccessful loan spell at Sheffield United and he would be asked to move elsewhere.
It is therefore still unclear where their destination would be but it is claimed that negotiations have already begun with interested clubs.