Brendan Rodgers has been in much discussion throughout the season for the kind of support that he has provided to the youngsters. Although he intends on building a squad full of youngsters, but still there are some players that cannot be accommodated into the team right now. Albeit these players have no shortage of talent, but what they lack is first team experience which is extremely essential to survive in the Premier League. We discuss three such players who need to spend time on field at the moment and thus should be sent out on loan to smaller clubs, only to return stronger after one season.
There is no doubt that Jonjo Shelvey is a player capable of making it to the side in the future and his loyalty lies with Liverpool. But now it may not be the best time for him to be sticking along with the side for he will get hardly any chances to get featured into the first team. He can fill many shoes for the side in the midfield and in the forward, when deemed necessary but after the acquisition of Sturridge and Coutinho in January, his game time has really suffered. Quite a few clubs are interested in him as per the reports, with West Ham leading the charge and probably Brendan Rodgers should now loan out the player for the sake of his improvement.
He joined Liverpool in their youth ranks snubbing call from Real Madrid on Rafa Benitez’s insistence. Back in Spain he is believed to be one of the most talented youths present to be in the country and the entire Spanish media keeps a close eye on him. But in Liverpool, his game time has been restrained to the odd substitutions in the dying minutes of a match. He definitely needs a loan out to prove his mettle and come back to his mother club with a reputation to build on.
He has already proved that he can be an asset for the club, but Wisdom lacks the test of time which is so vital for a Premier League defender. With Glen Johnson cementing his place in the right-back, Wisdom’s opportunity might never come this season and thus a move to another league club would work out perfectly for both the parties.