Liverpool fans have taken to Twitter to react after their promising young midfielder Ovie Ejaria departed the club once again to sign on loan for Reading – his second temporary spell of the season after a failed stint at Rangers.
The 21-year-old saw his time at Ibrox cut short after he failed to settle in Glasgow, as well as struggling to cope with the physical nature of Scottish football.
His troubles with the Gers come after he found himself relegated to League One with Sunderland last season, where he also failed to make an impact and scored just one goal on the final day once the Black Cats were already down.
For a player as promising as Ejaria, who certainly caught the eye when bursting onto the scene with Liverpool, his last few stints away from Anfield have been thoroughly disappointing, and it seems as though his latest move to Reading will be his last chance to convince Jurgen Klopp that he has what it takes to make it with the Reds.
Let’s take a look at how Liverpool fans reacted…
Ovie Ejaria to join Reading on loan after cutting Rangers stay short.
Jurgen Klopp has decided to send midfielder Ovie Ejaria on loan to Reading for the rest of the season.https://t.co/8t7Dkncnnz
— Anfield HQ (@AnfieldHQ) January 7, 2019
Bags of talent but no heart, he’ll find his level but won’t be at Liverpool or anywhere he needs to fight for his place or team.
— Richard McLuckie (@Acemcl) January 7, 2019
No bottle, that is all people have to look at
— Davy Boyle (@boyle_davy) January 7, 2019
A player with a lot of talent needs to wake up and start using it
— Julian C Evans (@JulianCEvans1) January 7, 2019
Couldn’t hack it up north
— Boom (@Boom_Boom_LFC) January 7, 2019
Strange player…loads of skill but holds the ball too long and as a result has no real end product …can’t see him making it at Anfield given the depth of quality available
— Billzebub (@billbrowning51) January 7, 2019
Talented boy, plenty of potential. Needs to bulk up a bit, legs are like matchsticks. Good luck to the kid
— Stu Beaton (@chewmagoo) January 7, 2019