TAA made his debut against Man Utd very recently after Clyne picked up an injury and he handled the United attack quite well for the majority of the game. A standout performance from the 18 year old in his first start for the Reds. He then went on to play a few more games as Clyne slowly came back to fitness but the youngster had already made his mark. Helping youngsters evolve and adapt these youngsters but would Klopp keep or sell TAA?
Stick: Keeping a back up to Nathaniel Clyne is imperative now as Liverpool do lack squad depth. Learning on the job from one of the best RB’s in the League in Clyne and from one of the best managers in world football in Jurgen Klopp, TAA has a wealth of knwoledge that he can assimilate and enhance his own playing style to one that Klopp will utilise wholeheartedly in the future.