Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has assured The Reds’ Nigerian-born attacker, Dominic Solanke that he can expect to get regular playing time in the coming fixtures.
Klopp said in the wake of Solanke’s heroics with England in Tuesday’s friendly win against Switzerland that the attacker will be busy in the coming weeks.
Liverpool’s schedule is set to kick into action after the international break, which Klopp says comes with more chances available to fringe players like Solanke.
Huddersfield Town, Middlesbrough, Aston Villa, Rangers and Lyon all had loan enquiries for the striker turned down during the summer, as Klopp rates the ex-Chelsea lad highly.
With a bruising set of fixtures incoming for The Reds, Klopp has now hinted that Solanke will be offered a chance to establish himself.