Jordan Rossiter could leave Liverpool next summer

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Liverpool fans all over the world are beginning to believe that Jurgen Klopp might be the man to finally take them back to the upper echelons of the game. Their 3-1 victory over Chelsea even had some suggesting a challenge for this season's Premier League title was not out of the question.

But the Mirror have done their best to bring them back down to earth, revealing that one of their brightest young stars, Jordan Rossiter, could leave the club next summer.

The 18-year-old will see his contract expire at the end of the season and, so far, there has been no suggestion of an extension from Anfield officials.


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With an agreement seemingly some way away, several unnamed Champions League clubs – both at home and abroad – have been alerted to the situation.

Rossiter was highly valued by Brendan Rodgers, who handed him his Premier League debut against Arsenal earlier this season. He has also been described by Merseyside legend Robbie Fowler as "potentially a young Stevie G".

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He is currently sidelined with a hamstring injury suffered whilst on international duty with England's Under-19 side and Klopp's disdain at the news suggested the German has plans to introduce him into the first-team picture as well.

Liverpool would be granted several million pounds in compensation if Rossiter joins another Premier League club, but if he moves to a foreign outfit, they would get absolutely nothing.

Attractive offers

If his contract enters its last six months, there are certain to be a number of attractive offers coming Rossiter's way, however, the midfielder will surely recognise the opportunity he has under Klopp. 

The former Borussia Dortmund manager has a reputation for development young talent and has already shown a willingness to give Liverpool's young stars a chance. But until a new contract is agreed, speculation will continue unabated.

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