Liverpool youngster Ryan Kent is to return to the club over the international break so new manager Jurgen Klopp can take a closer look at the attacking midfielder.
The 18-year-old has been in impressive form for loan club Coventry City, scoring a superb goal in their 4-3 win over Barnsley on Tuesday night and involved in two others.
Ryan Kent's goal tonight for Coventry: pic.twitter.com/hPPx40eeBJ
— The Normal One (@LFCTikiTaka) November 4, 2015
The academy youngster is contracted to the Sky Blues until January but Klopp has decided to take him back to Melwood over the international break to take a closer look.
“Ryan is going back to Liverpool for a few days prior to the international call-up so that the new coach can have a look at him,” explained Coventry boss Tony Mowbray..
“All the loan players are going back for a few days I think, that’s fine by us; that’s good. When a new manager comes in he wants to have a look at all of his players.”
Mowbray will be hoping Klopp allows Kent to return to the Midlands side, but the German boss may see the versatile Englishman as an option to improve the Reds’ options out wide.