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02/01/2019 - 13:53 GMT

Jurgen Klopp Coy On Future of Crystal Palace and Rangers Target Dominic Solanke

 




Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is remaining coy over a potential loan move for Dominic Solanke, who has been linked with a clutch of clubs, including Rangers and Crystal Palace.

Solanke has been unable to force his way into the team under Klopp this term and his future has been a source of speculation.




A loan has appeared to be on the cards, with a host of clubs keen on landing Solanke, including Steven Gerrard's Rangers and Roy Hodgson's Crystal Palace.

Klopp though is coy on a move and, when asked at a press conference via LFC TV whether it was safe to say Solanke is set to head out on loan, replied: "What I can say to that is we don't talk about any loans or transfers before they happen.
 


"We will see.

"It [the transfer window] is until 31st January. So nothing to say on that."
 


Klopp has a wealth of attacking options at his disposal and Solanke has not clocked up a single first team minutes over the course of the campaign so far.

It remains to be seen where Solanke might be playing his football for the second half of the season.