With the fixtures coming in fast and furious, there hasn’t been a whole lot of time to check in with Liverpool’s loanees here at Paisley Gates, but after scoring an absolute cracker for Coventry City last night, we couldn’t pass on the opportunity to share on loan Reds attacker Ryan Kent’s marvelous strike.
Grabbing a goal less than five minutes into proceedings, the youngster would go on to play a part in three more as the West Midlands club kept their promotion dreams alive with a nail biting 4-3 victory over League One strugglers Barnsley.
Ryan Kent's goal tonight for Coventry: pic.twitter.com/hPPx40eeBJ
— The Normal One (@LFCTikiTaka) November 4, 2015
Signed up on a four month youth loan deal, the 18-year old made the move to Coventry back in September and his impressed ever since — so much so, that he’s actually been recalled to Anfield ahead of the international break with Reds boss Jurgen Klopp wanting to get a closer look at him, and a few other players, who have been out on loan.
“Ryan is going back to Liverpool for a few days prior to the international call-up so that the new coach can have a look at him,” said Tony Mowbray. “All the loan players are going back for a few days I think, that’s fine by us; that’s good. When a new manager comes in he wants to have a look at all of his players,” he continued, before adding that he’s going to have to make up for his absence during the FA Cup meeting with Northampton Town this coming weekend. “I might have made changes in any case because I think tonight’s match demonstrated that some players were suffering from their exertions on Saturday.”