Liverpool’s academy is full of talent at the moment. The Reds have been hoovering up top talents from throughout the world with the team of tomorrow taking shape. Some need to head out to get vital first team experience. Liverpool are reportedly loaning Jakub Ojrzynski to Caernarfon days after he signed a new long term contract.
Summer Liverpool loan exits
This summer could see a host of players leave on loan.
Harry Wilson and Marko Grujic are two certain to get permanent moves after a string of temporary spells away.
Whilst Sepp van den Berg has already sealed his season long switch to Preston North End.
The future of Harvey Elliott is up in the air with some wondering whether he’ll be kept around the first team.
The club have asserted that him staying is the plan but a loan offer from a Premier League side could change that.
Furthermore Paul Glatzel has joined Tranmere Rovers on loan.
Jakub Ojrzynski loan to Caernarfon
This week saw Liverpool’s 18-year-old Polish goalkeeper sign a new long term deal with the Reds.
The towering shot stopper penned the contract a year after signing his first professional deal, two years on from his arrival from Legia Warsaw.
According to a report Jakub Ojrzynski has joined Caernarfon on loan for the season.
The Cymru Premier side allegedly announced the deal in a tweet before deleting it.
What RTK has to say
This is a good move for the lad.
He’s an impressive young keeper and he should get valuable minutes in Wales.
The move should also see Marcelo Pitaluga’s role in the youth setup increase.
Fingers crossed we’ll see the Brazilian nailed on as the U23s first choice.