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Ryan Kent is back at Liverpool after his loan spell at Freiburg was cut short. The young winger was due to spend the season on loan in Germany, having signed for the Bundesliga club in August. But with first-team opportunities proving hard to come by, both clubs have taken the decision to terminate the deal. Kent made just one start for Freiburg and just 6 appearances in total.

Kent returned to Merseyside for Christmas and has been re-registered as a Liverpool player since. He was in line to feature for the Reds’ U23 side on Sunday, only for their Premier League 2 clash with Arsenal to be called off due to a frozen pitch.

The 21-year-old has come up through the ranks with Liverpool, having joined the club way back in 2003, signing at the age of just seven. Despite failing to make an impact in Bundesliga, Kent is still highly rated by Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.

However, going by the availability of a plethora of attackers at Klopp’s disposal, the young gun is expected to drop down a division in search of regular match action. Given that Kent barely played for Freiburg, Liverpool will be keen to get him playing regularly elsewhere, and a move to the Championship may well aid his development.

He has previously had loan stints at Barnsley and Coventry, so he has been schooled well in lower-league football. The Englishman shone at that level for Barnsley last season, making 47 appearances and winning the Tykes’ young player of the year award. Kent, an England Under-20 international, has also done well at Coventry City in the past.

Kent can go out on loan again though, and the Daily Mail report that Championship outfits Bristol City and Sheffield United have made offers to land him. Having spent last season in Yorkshire with Barnsley, Kent could be tempted to join Sheffield United, who are fighting for the playoff places under Chris Wilder.

Meanwhile, Bristol City’s attacking style under Lee Johnson, who pulled a rabbit out of the hat by knocking out Manchester United in the Carabao Cup quarterfinals, might be an appealing option for Liverpool. Despite having no shortage of options, Klopp and Kent will assess them over the coming weeks and will not rush into anything.

The Reds are considering letting several other of their promising youngsters out on loan as they need to gain experience. Cameron Brannagan, Ovie Ejaria and Ben Woodburn have all attracted interest from the lower leagues.

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“Show me a club with more heart” – Some Liverpool fans shower love on Klopp and Sir Kenny Dalglish for meeting 104-year-old fan



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Jurgen Klopp in training

There was one special fan who got the chance to meet Jurgen Klopp and Sir Kenny Dalglish after Liverpool’s 4-3 win over Crystal Palace, 104-year-old Bernard Sheridan.

The fan was specially invited to the game by Klopp, and it was incredible seeing the supporter meet the legend Dalglish and our current manager.

The fan seemed excited to meet Klopp and also shared a joke or two with Dalglish, and he certainly would have enjoyed the game, even though we made tough work of Palace.

The supporter was just a few days away from his birthday and it was a great present, to be fair.

The Reds have been on overdrive regarding their meetings with fans in recent weeks, and acts such as these bring the supporters closer to the club.

Klopp and the rest of the team have created an incredible atmosphere at Anfield, and the fans seem to be doing their bit as well.

The win over Palace ensured we have a four point lead over Manchester City going into a mini-break, and we need to keep picking up the points.

The Reds haven’t won the Premier League ever, and with the backing of fans such as Sheridan, there is a chance of us breaking the duck.

Several Liverpool fans were pleased with this latest touch and shared their reactions on Twitter.

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Liverpool set to break world-record annual net profit for football clubs



Liverpool celebrate win over Crystal Palace

Liverpool players celebrate a win

Premier League leaders Liverpool could become the first football to post an annual net profit of more than €100million, according to Inside World Football (h/t Mirror).

The Reds had a fantastic campaign last season reaching the Champions League final. The report claims that the Reds banked €81.3million as they finished the competition as runners-ups, and since they did not take part in the Champions League in 2016-17, this is seen as a top-line growth.

There were some major signings at the club with Mohamed Salah, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Virgil van Dijk signing, but their costs will most likely be spread over their contract lengths, as per the report. Liverpool also sold Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona in January for around €130million.

The report adds that the Reds recorded a turnover of €364million in 2016-17 but that should jump up to more than €450million when the accounts are published by Companies House in March.

Liverpool players celebrate against Arsenal

Liverpool players celebrate against Arsenal

The Mirror adds that Inside World Football’s calculations came after a UEFA statement claimed that Leicester City had held the previous record thanks to their Champions League exploits after winning the Premier League.

Liverpool also have had several sponsorship deals over the years since FSG took over, and this latest news shows how healthy the club is financially.

We have also spent money wisely with most of our transfers working out, and this season is a testament to how far we have come under Jurgen Klopp.

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The Reds lead the Premier League and are still competing in the Champions League. Hopefully, we make the season count and win a trophy under Jurgen Klopp.

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“I see him staying with us for the next two or three years” – Blow for Klopp as Bundesliga boss claims Liverpool target isn’t moving soon



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Timo Werner of RB Leipzig

Liverpool face a tough task of signing Timo Werner from RB Leipzig after Ralf Rangnick’s later comments.

The German striker has been one of the brightest stars for the Bundesliga side and even represented the national team at the 2018 World Cup.

Werner is just 22, and the Mirror reports that the Reds have been linked with a move for the Bundesliga ace.

Bayern Munich are also keeping tabs on the versatile forward, as per the report, but Rangnick believes Leipzig could keep Werner.

Speaking to Sky Germany (h/t Mirror), Rangnick also conceded that battling Munich’s interest will be difficult:

“If Bayern are serious, then it will be difficult for us. But they often play with one striker, so I see him staying with us for the next two or three years.”

The report adds that the Leipzig boss also claimed Werner would not be leaving to a rival club in the January window.

The forward has scored 11 times from 18 Bundesliga games this season and can play as the central striker or wide left.

The 22-year-old would make an excellent addition to the Liverpool team, and he would provide cover to our front three.

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Rangnick’s comments are expected as no club would want to lose their top player, especially to a rival club, and it will be interesting to see how things develop in the summer regarding the striker.

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