Liverpool loanee Ryan Kent produces incredible nutmeg for Coventry City

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The Daily Mail reported on Wednesday that Jurgen Klopp had recalled youngster Ryan Kent from his loan spell at Coventry City. 

With the international break approaching, the Liverpool boss was keen to take a look at the winger before making a decision on whether to send him back to the League One outfit.

Kent has produced some stunning performances for Tony Mowbray's high-flying Sky Blues and scored his first goal for the club in their 4-3 win over Barnsley on Tuesday.


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The Anfield boss has awarded a number of chances to youngsters in his short time on Merseyside and Kent could well play himself into Klopp's thoughts if he performs at Melwood. 

Well, if he can produce moments of individual brilliance like he did during Coventry's win over the Tykes, then he won't be far away from the first-team.

His goal was special, but this piece of skill from the 18-year-old was pretty incredible. The youngster fronted up his defender before flicking the ball through his legs with a mesmerising flick. See for yourself below.


Klopp is obviously impressed by Kent. The youngster has taken to his first taste of professional football like a duck to water.

A chance to mix it with the first-team at Liverpool will be invaluable to his development, but if he is not going to get game time then the best thing for his future could be an extended spell at the Ricoh Arena.

The youngster has become an integral part of Coventry's team and, along with Newcastle loanee Adam Armstrong, has helped fire the Sky Blues to fourth in League One. 

Will Ryan Kent become a Liverpool star of the future? Have your say in the comments section below!

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