Jurgen Klopp to hand talented trio Liverpool opportunity

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is set to hand Jordan Rossiter, Jordon Ibe and Cameron Brannagan a chance to prove their credentials at the club, according to the Mirror.

The report claims that the German coach, who is set to take charge of the Anfield outfit for the first time at White Hart Lane against Tottenham on Saturday, will implement a new system on Merseyside. 

The 48-year-old will be hoping to see his team play at maximum intensity and he could hand the exciting crop of Liverpool youngsters an important role sooner rather than later. 


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Rossiter and Ibe have already featured in the Premier League this term, while Brannagan, 19, will be hoping to force his way into the first team set-up on a regular basis. 

As well as the teenage talents, the same report from the Mirror claims that the likes of Jordan Henderson, Joe Allen and Danny Ings could all have significant parts to play under the guidance of Klopp. 

Exciting time 

Let's be honest, the arrival of Klopp has completely changed the dynamics at Anfield. Excitement and enthusiasm has returned to the club's support and they will be desperate to see their side leave north London with all three points on Saturday. 

Throughout the course of the campaign, it's likely that Klopp will surprise one or two with certain decisions, so perhaps a couple of youngsters will be handed a starting role against Spurs. 

There's no reason why Rossiter, Ibe and Brannagan won't become household names at Liverpool in the next couple of years. 

Liverpool fans: who should start against Spurs? Have your say below! 

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