Jose Enrique could be handed Liverpool lifeline

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp could hand left-back Jose Enrique a lifeline at Anfield. 

This has been reported by the Mirror, who claim that the Spaniard is the club's only alternative to Alberto Moreno.

After Joe Gomez picked up a potential season-ending cruciate injury on international duty for the England Under-21 side this past week, it appears that Enrique could now be brought back into the fold on Merseyside. 


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Enrique has endured a torrid time at the club recently and has failed to feature for the Reds throughout the course of the campaign. 

In fact, the 29-year-old almost completed a move to West Brom in the summer transfer window, but the deal failed to materialise. 

Fresh start 

Perhaps the arrival of the enigmatic Klopp really does hand Enrique an opportunity to get his career back on track. Let's be honest, it has been a torrid period for the former Newcastle United man and he's in desperate need of first-team football. 

There's no reason why the revered coach won't hand Enrique a chance. Ultimately, despite his recent struggles, the defender is a proven Premier League player, having starred in the division since 2007. 

Of course, Moreno will currently be ahead of him in the pecking order, but we may well see Enrique take to the field sooner rather than later. 

Liverpool fans: does Enrique deserve a second chance? Have your say below! 

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