Liverpool refuse to let Calvin Ramsay go on loan


Liverpool signed teenage Scottish full-back Calvin Ramsay from Aberdeen for an initial fee of £4.2m. This was a club record sale for Aberdeen. Ramsay signed a five-year contract with the Reds. He would provide cover and competition for Trent Alexander Arnold. He is considered an exceptional talent by the coaches at Liverpool.

Lack of game time at Liverpool for Calvin Ramsay

Ramsay made his debut for Liverpool when he came on as an 87th-minute substitute in the 2-0 win against Napoli in the UEFA Champions League in November last year. He subsequently started for Liverpool in a 3rd round EFL cup tie against Derby County. Calvin Ramsay is yet to make his premier league debut for the club. Joe Gomez and James Milner have been preferred over him in recent times at Right Back whenever someone is needed as the deputy for Trent Alexander Arnold.

Championship clubs report their interest

Owing to Ramsay’s lack of game time many Championship clubs have expressed their interest to take Ramsay on loan for the remainder of the season but Jurgen Klopp who has Ramsay in high regard, even stating he was an exceptional talent has refused to let Ramsay leave on loan to provide competition for places at the club and believes Calvin Ramsay has the best opportunity to grow if he remains with the club rather than go somewhere else on loan.

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