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Liverpool Forward Asks To Leave Club In January

Dani Pacheco wants first team football away from Anfield.

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Dani Pacheco has indicated that he would like to achieve more regular first team football with a loan move in January.

“I’m delighted to have signed a new deal. I’m being sincere when I say that I see my future here, I’d like it to be so; but in order to get some playing time, and if it suits the club, the best thing would be for me to go out on loan,” he told Giullem Balague.

“I had talks with Damien Comolli when signing a new contract and he told me that young players like myself and Martin Kelly are central to his vision for the club.”

“I’m training well and Roy Hodgson is happy with me; he’s seen what I can do in the Europa League.  However, we will have to see how things stand in January and if the club are in agreement, then a loan move might be best for everyone.”

A number of sides in the bottom half of the Premier League are struggling for goals.

West Ham and Wigan both score on average less than a goal a game.

Pacheco could gain valuable experience with a loan move, as well as aid such clubs with skill and a cool ahead in front of goal.

In that scenario he could then be ready for the first XI at Anfield.

Some people feel that Pacheco is ready to start regularly for Liverpool, but I don’t see the harm in sending him out to another top flight side.

It can only benefit us in the long term.


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