According to Web Calcio, Liverpool has come forward with an offer to bring Geoffrey Kondogbia to the club in January.
I’d advise you to never believe anything written by someone you’ve never met, which makes most of the internet redundant, but this news reported by Web Calcio is a prime example of why seeing is believing.
There are all sorts of arguments, for and against, regarding Geoffrey Kondogbia’s suitability for playing for Liverpool Football Club, and while I am just beginning to think the lanky French midfielder could hack it under Jurgen Klopp, would the German coach even consider signing him on loan?
Klopp has expressed his disdain for letting players go out on loan and I expect that his view on signing players on loan is fairly similar. Last January, Liverpool signed Steven Caulker on loan from Southampton as the club was going through a severe injury crisis, and yet the Englishman only made three Premier League appearances for the Reds.
It is doubtful that Klopp will be willing to sign Kondogbia, nurture him back to the form which earned him his move to Italy and then send him back to Inter Milan in May. Jurgen Klopp is very much an all or nothing kind of guy.
Web Calcio claims that Liverpool has ‘come forward’ with an offer to take Kondogbia on loan in January. The Italian news website also insists that the Merseyside club will be willing to cover the Frenchman’s wages.
Alright. In summation, Klopp won’t want this, Kondogbia won’t even get in the team, let alone on the bench, and FSG won’t want to pay his wages.
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