DEVASTATING NEWS: “he can go I’m not going to hold back i don’t see any future here in Liverpool for him” reports coming from a reliable source states that Jurgen Klopp has told one of his most outstanding players to leave the club after a poor performance against man City. He said the England international won’t succeed at Liverpool.

Following the midfielder's performance for the Reds this past weekend against Manchester City, Curtis Jones has been tipped to fail at Liverpool.


The England youth international joined Jurgen Klopp’s team and has lived the dream career of any Liverpool supporter, having gone through the club’s academy.

The 22-year-old, who is currently a youth instructor, is a mainstay for Liverpool and seems to get better every year.

Pundit Eamon Dunphy of The Stand claims that Jones lacks the necessary skills to succeed at Liverpool and establish himself as a hero for the team of his youth.

Even though Jones is still a young player and has shown promise this season, some believe he won’t have much of an impact at Liverpool given his inexperience.

Dunphy stated: “They brought on a guy who I really fancy, Gravenberch, he’s a Dutch player, and they substituted Jones, who is a young Liverpool player who I think isn’t going to go all the way.”

Curtis Jones has all the makings of a cult hero in Liverpool.

Jones would be among the first to acknowledge that not many players in this day and age of the game have the ability to truly become world-class.

However, given that the 22-year-old midfielder has already made over 100 senior appearances for the team, it is absurd to suggest that he won’t succeed at Liverpool.

Although Jones may not develop into the world’s greatest midfield player, the Toxteth native has all the makings of a true Liverpool cult hero, and he gets better every year.

Although there are players on Liverpool’s roster with greater potential than the England youth international, Jones has yet to disappoint the Reds, and supporters are eager to see what the midfielder will do next.


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