Liverpool youngster, Ovie Ejaria could bve heading out of Anfield on a loan deal to a smaller club this month, if the words of The Reds’ under21 team coach, Neil Critchley, are anything to go by.
Ejaria, who arrived from Arsenal in 2014, played eight matches for Liverpool’s first team last season, but the Nigerian-born England FIFA U-20 World Cup-winning midfielder is among the lot whose future Critchley is currently uncertain about.
Ejaria, who once had training sessions with Nigeria’s Golden Eaglets in Abuja, has not taken part in a single game for the first team of The Reds in the current season, and Critchley has suggested that it is best for him to spend the remainder of the season on loan at a club where he would be offered first-team football.
”More loans is a possibility. You look at Harry, Ovie and we still have Lloyd with us at the moment. They would be the three who would come under the radar of other clubs.
”There are lots of variables. What happens at first-team level will have an impact on who stays and who goes.
”If they go on loan brilliant, if they don’t and they keep playing well here they will be knocking on the door,” Critchley submitted.