Klopp demands loan move for Ben Woodburn to a Championship club


Liverpool wonder kid Ben Wooburn set for January loan as Klopp wants first-team action for the teenager

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The Liverpool teenager found first-team football difficult to come by this season, featuring just once in an EFL Cup tie.

He is behind the likes of Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino in the Anfield pecking order. 

The 18-year-old earned comparisons with fellow Welshman Ian Rush after becoming the youngest goalscorer in Liverpool's history against Leeds in the League Cup last season.

He also hit the winner for his country against Austria in September to become their second-youngest scorer behind Gareth Bale.

According to the Daily Mail Jurgen Klopp want Woodburn to join a  club where he can get first-team football and improve in career and Sunderland could be Woodburn's destination as his former international manager Chris Coleman is in charge of the club.

It also stated that Leeds United, Huddersfield Town and Bundesliga side Hannover are interested in the Welsh young talent but claimed that no agreement has been reached with another club for Woodburn's transfer despite his openness to negotiation.

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