Sheyi Ojo is looking to be one of those youth players akin to the likes of Joao Teixeira, Jordan Rossiter and co. Always looking to be on the verges of breaking into the first team, if only for a brief spell, but kept out by those ahead of them in the pecking order. After returning from an impressive loan spell at Wolves in the 15/16 season many will have tipped the youngster to feature in a number of first team fixtures.

However, six months of the current season have passed and Ojo has made just  2 appearances at senior level, both in the FA Cup. So should Ojo be given more time to find his feet at Anfield or has his Liverpool career run its course?

Keep: Although young Sheyi has yet to make an impact at Anfield it only feels right that the 19-year-old be afforded the opportunity to have a run out at senior level.

After highly successful loan spells at both Wolves and Wigan, the Liverpool youth academy product has caught the eye of Klopp which is no small feat. One caveat being there are a few aspects of his game yet to develop, though that will come with more game time.

If Ojo’s situation at Liverpool hasn’t changed within the next couple of seasons then it’d likely be best for both parties if he was sold. For now though, the 19-year-old looks to be a solid prospect and one to watch in the future.