Liverpool youngster Bobby Clark has hinted that he will spend the rest of the season out on loan with a cryptic post on social media. The midfielder has made three appearances for the Reds in all competitions so far this season but he looks set to continue his development away from Anfield.
Jurgen Klopp orchestrated a major rebuild of his midfield ranks over the summer, allowing some of his ageing stalwarts to depart to raise funds for new signings. Dominik Szoboszlai, Alexis Mac Allister, Ryan Gravenberch and Wataru Endo were signed as a result, and the quartet have slotted into the squad seamlessly.
The new-look midfield has given Liverpool a new lease of life, and they sit top of the Premier League after 21 matches. As a result, it has proven tricky for some youngsters to break into the first team.
Clark is among those who are on the fringes of the squad and has been rewarded for his patience with recent opportunities but has not started a match. According to the Liverpool Echo, the 18-year-old has been the subject of interest from several English Football League clubs.
The midfielder fuelled speculation further with a hint on X (previously known as Twitter) that he may have worked with Klopp for the very last time. Clark posted a photo of him and the Liverpool boss chatting without a caption on social media, prompting some to assume that he has said his goodbye to the German boss.
There are no concrete offers on the table at present, though the prospect of regular opportunities in the Championship or League One could prove very persuasive to Clark and he is widely expected to go out on loan.