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Liverpool 'considering allowing Harvey Elliott to leave on loan after approach from Blackburn'


Liverpool ‘considering allowing 17-year-old starlet Harvey Elliott to leave on loan after approach from Blackburn’ ahead of 5pm domestic transfer deadline

  • Harvey Elliott played for Liverpool against Lincoln in the EFL Cup last month
  • However, after being knocked-out, first-team chances will be limited for Elliott
  • As such, the Reds are considering allowing the 17-year-old to leave on loan
  • The player’s wishes will be a big factor in any decision before the window closes 

Liverpool are reportedly considering an approach from Blackburn for 17-year-old Harvey Elliott on the domestic transfer deadline-day. 

The attacking midfielder, who moved to Anfield from Fulham in the summer of 2019, played for the first-team in the third round of the Carabao Cup against Lincoln last month. 

However, Elliot is expected to find more first-team opportunities limited this season after Jurgen Klopp’s side were knocked out of the competition on penalties by Arsenal. As a result, the Reds are mulling over the idea of allowing him to spend the season with Blackburn in the Championship, according to Sky Sports

Harvey Elliott could be allowed to leave Liverpool on loan, with Blackburn interested in him

Harvey Elliott could be allowed to leave Liverpool on loan, with Blackburn interested in him

The forward played against Lincoln but will find first-team opportunities hard to come by

The forward played against Lincoln but will find first-team opportunities hard to come by

The report details that Elliott’s wishes will be a big factor in the decision. He trains regularly with the first-team and Klopp has been keen to develop the youngster in-house – though he could gain valuable first-team experience by going out on loan.

The window for domestic transfer deals – between Premier League and EFL clubs – closes later today at 5pm.

Should Elliott make the move to Ewood Park, he would be moving to a side currently sixth in the Championship after a solid start to the season. 

The 17-year-old has already formed a close relationship with Reds boss Jurgen Klopp

The 17-year-old has already formed a close relationship with Reds boss Jurgen Klopp

Tony Mowbray’s side have registered seven points from their opening four matches and entertain Nottingham Forest on Saturday afternoon. 

Elliott, meanwhile, made his first-team debut for Liverpool – the club he supports – against MK Dons last September. 

He was also part of the side who beat Shrewsbury Town in the FA Cup fourth round and made his Premier League debut in January against Sheffield United. 

Elliott got his hands on the Premier League trophy last season but did not pick up a medal

Elliott got his hands on the Premier League trophy last season but did not pick up a medal

Though he didn’t register enough league appearances for a winners medal, he did claim a UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup medal last season. 

He signed his first professional contract in July and has made nine appearances for England Under-17s.   

Another Reds youngster, Ben Woodburn, has completed a deadline-day move by signing for League One Blackpool on loan until January.  

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