Liverpool have a lot of young talent in and around our first team squad.

The Reds are the best team in football right now, meaning some players are being frozen out at Anfield.

In order to ensure the happiness and continued development of our young stars some may have to leave on loan.

Here are three Liverpool youngsters who should leave Merseyside on loan in 2020:

 

Rhian Brewster

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The England youth international has been restricted in game time at Liverpool despite being highly touted on Merseyside. Many fans had expected Brewster to enjoy a breakout season under Jurgen Klopp but he has failed to make an impact. The 19-year-old has been linked with loan moves to several clubs and will hopefully make the move when the winter window opens. Brewster needs to be playing games and scoring goals at a good level.  He is simply too good for youth football. Playing at that level is no longer beneficial to his long-term development and he must get some competitive football under his belt.

Curtis Jones

Curtis Jones made his league debut against Bournemouth at the weekend

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The Scouse midfielder clearly has massive amount of talent. So far, he has been the stand out youth player this season. His performances in the Carabao Cup impressed fans and the Liverpool boss. Jones was rewarded with his Premier League debut from the bench against Bournemouth earlier this month. However, his game time will be seriously lacking at first team level as the Reds go in search of several major titles. A loan move would allow him to continue to flourish by playing regularly at Premier League or Championship level.

Caoimhin Kelleher

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At 21-years-old Liverpool goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher has shown bags of talent. The Northern Ireland international has impressed during his appearances in the Carabao Cup but is unlikely to make any appearances outside of domestic cup competitions. Alisson Becker, Adrian and Andy Lonergan are more than capable of keeping the Liverpool goal whilst Kelleher goes on loan. He has reportedly attracted interest from Championship club Preston North End. They’d be a perfect match for him gain vital first team minutes that he just cannot get at Liverpool.

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