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Liverpool youngster Jarell Quansah joins Bristol Rovers on loan

English U21 prospect Jarell Quansah joins Bristol Rovers on loan from Liverpool. The 19-year-old centre-back was mighty impressive for the team in the mid-season friendlies and a loan opportunity at a League One side might just be the push he needs.

Before breaking into the first team, if a player is unable to gather minutes for himself, a loan deal might be the best choice, and certainly for a young prospect like Quansah who has loads of potential in him.

This loan opportunity will give Quansah the opportunity to gain valuable first-team experience at another club. This can help him develop as a player and improve his skills, which could ultimately benefit Liverpool when he returns.

The player has made 18 appearances for the Youth Setup teams at Liverpool across all competitions and has also captained the team in the UEFA Youth League too. The player saw himself on the bench for the first time for the senior team in our 2-2 draw against Spurs back in December 2021.

Quansah on loan to the Rovers

Liverpool have had a lot of great loan outgoings and the impact in recent seasons has been positive for the club as well as the player. A good example of a player who has been successful on loan before rejoining the club is Harvey Elliott.

Elliott was sent on loan to Blackburn Rovers for the 2020-2021 season, where he made a name for himself as one of the best young players in the Championship that season. Moreover, the club voted him as the player of the year and he also stood included in the league’s team of the year.

Liverpool youngster Jarell Quansah joins Bristol Rovers on loan.
Liverpool youngster Jarell Quansah is one to keep an eye out for.

Quansah could certainly take inspiration from a fellow youngster and hope to model his loan spell in a similar fashion. Gaining first-team experience is something each player would cherish and the Scouser could do the same soon too.

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In conclusion, sending Jarell Quansah on loan will provide him with an opportunity to gain regular playing time, develop his skills and showcase his talents to a wider audience, which can ultimately benefit Liverpool when he returns.