Liverpool may lose two of their home-grown players in January as the club has failed to offer new contracts to them. The two players, Jordan Rossiter and Jon Flanagan, grew through the ranks at the Anfield and they may be forced to leave in January. Failure of the club to offer new contracts to these two players seems to be frustrating them as they consider their future somewhere else.
Though these two players have not featured enough in recent games for the team, they are seen as players that may be very useful to the team in the future. Offers are already flying in for the players and if they are allowed to leave in January, it will be at cut prices.
According to Liverpool Echo, Udinese are keen on wrapping up a deal for Jordan Rossiter as soon as possible while Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur are also interested in the youngster. The 18-year old joined Liverpool’s first team in 2014 but he has only played one game since. However, his potential has been seen many times during his time with the youth team.
Jon Flanagan has been injured for some times now, but he featured often for Liverpool during the 2013/14 season when Liverpool finished 2nd in the league. The 22-year old has played 35 times for Liverpool since making his debut for the first team in 2011. The England international could join Rossiter in leaving Liverpool in January.