- The player joined the club in the summer
- Klopp has rarely given player chance to shine
- Defender is eager to secure more game time
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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is unwilling to let summer signing Andy Robertson leave the club on loan in January despite the player’s eagerness to play more.
This is according to the Sun, who report that the player wants to gain more first team experience and would happily secure a loan move away from Anfield to do so.
The news outlet are also reporting that Reds boss Klopp would deny the player of a January move away from the club.
Since arriving on Merseyside from Championship side Hull City over the summer, Robertson is yet to make an impact for the Reds.
The Scottish international has only made a measly three appearances in all competitions for Klopp’s side this season, with the player yet to register a goal or assist in those games as well.
For Hull, Robertson impressed fans, with the player managing to score five and assist 10 in 115 games for the Tigers, a fairly decent record considering the player’s age.
For Scotland, the left-back record is decent, as Robertson has scored two in 19 appearances.
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Should Robertson remain at the club beyond January, it’ll be interesting to see if the player can work his way into Klopp’s plans and Liverpool first team.