Given the emergence of a number of Liverpool’s younger squad members, this loan move would seem to be an ideal way to test out Rafa’s kids.
Leeds United have been linked with a possible loan move for Liverpool teenagers Krisztian Nemeth and Astrit Ajdarevic.
Gary McAllister, who retains close links with Anfield, is reported to have invited the pair to join up with his squad at Thorp Arch for pre-season training.
Striker Nemeth, 19, earned a call-up to the Hungary squad last season after scoring nine times for Liverpool’s reserves.
Kosovo-born Ajdarevic, 18, a left-sided midfielder, represented Sweden in the recent UEFA Under-17s Championship.
Both players are on the fringe of Rafa Benitez’s first-team squad at Anfield, but the Liverpool manager may prefer them to gain regular first-team football at Elland Road next season. (sportinglife.com)
According to reports, Nemeth looks like a mighty impressive prospect and a loan move to the League One outfit would be a good place to kick off the Hungarian’s professional career. Attacking midfielder Ajdarevic is also coming on well since arriving from Sweden and both could learn a great deal under McAllister.
The level and speed of football in League One should acclimatise them well for what should be a bright future, and of course Leeds United get two players who can greatly aid their push for promotion. What are Liverpool fans thoughts on these two rising stars?