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He needs more time” Jurgen Klopp reacts on Joe Gomez’s Liverpool future as transfer rumors loom

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He needs more time" Jurgen Klopp reacts on Joe Gomez's Liverpool future as transfer rumors loom 1 Sportelo

“He needs more time” Jurgen Klopp reacts on Joe Gomez’s Liverpool future as transfer rumors looms

Joe Gomez’s career in Liverpool has been marred by injuries so far, and the arrival of Ibrahima Konaté has not made things easier for the England international.

Having fallen down the pecking order, Joe Gomez has made only a few appearances this season for the Reds.

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He captained the side against Norwich in the Carabao Cup. The England center-back will most certainly get another start in the Carabao Cup, assuming the Leicester City game goes ahead despite the recent Covid outbreak.

However, With Virgil Van Dijk already out, Joe Gomez’s Carabao Cup appearance might determine if he gets another chance to feature for the Reds or if a loan move would be better.

Jurgen Klopp is confident of Joe Gomez’s role in the Liverpool squad despite Steven Gerrard’s interest in the youngster.

 

Joe Gomez

Joe Gomez  (Pic:GettyImages)

Aston Villa are rumored to have sent a loan offer to the former Charlton Athletic academy player. However, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is adamant that Joe Gomez remains an important part of the Reds’ squad.

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Klopp says Joe Gomez will be going nowhere in January: “Not the best year for him but we are patient, Joe is patient. I have no plans to give anybody on loan in the winter.”

“We are patient and I think Joe is patient now as well, that’s the situation.”

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