It’s not even been a month since Jurgen Klopp joined Liverpool FC as their manager, and he already seems to be identifying the future stars under the Merseyside club’s payroll.
The German manager recalled Ryan Kent (who is on-loan to Coventry City) temporarily, to show the Liverpool FC coaching staff his skills. This comes just a day after Kent helped Coventry beat Barnsley 4-3, in an exciting match in League One. However, Kent does not just have a few sessions at Liverpool FC, to look forward to.
Ryan Kent’s goal tonight for Coventry: pic.twitter.com/hPPx40eeBJ
a The Normal One (@LFCTikiTaka) November 4, 2015
Kent will not play for Coventry City in the FA Cup
The Reds manager has also not allowed the League One side to field Kent in their upcoming FA Cup Round 1 fixture against Northampton, according to the Liverpool Echo. This is a great indicator that Liverpool FC are planning to bring the 18-year-old back to the Merseyside club.
If Kent plays for Coventry City in the FA Cup tie against Northampton, he would be registered as a Coventry City player, for the tournament and would not be able to play for the Reds in the competition this season, as he would be cup-tied.
Thus, this move by the Liverpool FC manager seems to be a great indicator that he is planning to give Kent, who turns 19 next week, a chance in the FA Cup games, at Liverpool. Klopp is known for spotting talent, considering he had brought on the likes of striker Robert Lewandowski and defender Mats Hummels, both of whom, had been reportedly rejected by clubs like Blackburn Rovers and FC Bayern Munich. It would be interesting to see how this youngster blooms under the stewardship of Klopp.