Loads of Liverpool fans have been reacting to some surprising transfer news, as Nathaniel Clyne will join Bournemouth on loan for the remainder of the season.
Clyne will move to the south coast to join the Cherries for the remainder of the season, both clubs have confirmed.
Bournemouth started the season in fantastic form, but have won just twice in their last 11 games, conceding two or more goals in nine of those matches.
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Clyne’s ability to play on both flanks will be a huge boost for Eddie Howe, but Liverpool fans think this could be a huge mistake from Jurgen Klopp.
The boss clearly doesn’t believe Clyne is good enough to take part in the Reds’ title charge, and he nearly cost them a goal within minutes of coming on against Newcastle, but it does seem a risky decision given the injuries mounting up in defence.
One injury now to Trent Alexander-Arnold or Andrew Robertson would make the defence unrecognisable compared to earlier in the season, and the Twitter reactions down below are making their feelings known…
I don’t understand why they’ve done that as we need numbers, unless they’ve got something planned behind closed doors….
— 🔴🖐🏻 (@Anna_LFC) January 4, 2019
Unbelievably risky decision.
— Bababukunyi (@Bukunyi) January 4, 2019
Got to be the most pointless loan for us ever.
— sibbo (@bensibbo11) January 4, 2019
Wtf is Klopp doing? We have no backup
— joosef? (@SansaStarkSZN) January 4, 2019
This is nuts. https://t.co/vWNJseiISG
— ?? ??????? (@WeHaveKlopp) January 4, 2019
Clyne on loan? what would happen if TAA/Milner injured? we need to sign more defence players now #lfc
— LFC Fan (@LFC_Fan_321) January 4, 2019
Loaning our Clyne is a ridiculous decision. Honestly can’t believe it.
— Hamez (@WijnaldumAndNR6) January 4, 2019
We’re letting Clyne go on loan? That is almost a stupid a decision as starting Henderson, Milner & Wijnaldum together yesterday. #LFC
— Sufyaan (@LFC_18_5) January 4, 2019
What a moronic decision https://t.co/OMumCrMFDg
— Martin Turner (@Turner_LFC) January 4, 2019