Calvin Ramsey will be loaned out to Preston

Calvin Ramsey will be loaned out to Preston

It’s been around for a while now, and now several sources are reporting that Liverpool and Preston have agreed a loan for Calvin Ramsey.

The loan should be for the 2023/24 season.

Liverpool feel the full-back needs regular playing time at senior level. Especially considering how much of the season the Scot has had has been ruined by injuries.

The 19-year-old arrived from Aberdeen last summer with good promise. Among other things, he was named the league’s Young Player of the Year.

Preston finished 12th in the Championship last season, but never had more than six points in the play-offs.

Here, Ramsey will become teammates with former Liverpool talent Ben Woodburn.

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The question is what happens to Ramsay’s role in the stable.

In the same window as Ramsey’s arrival, Liverpool sold Neco Williams to Nottingham Forest.

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Then there is no natural right-back to get rid of Trent Alexander-Arnold, although Joe Gomez has substituted there on a few occasions.

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James Milner, who intervened at left and right wing-back, ended up at the club.

The solution could be 19-year-old Connor Bradley, who impressed him on loan last season.

Recently, Bayern’s useful defender Benjamin Pavard (27) was put up for sale, and Liverpool were quickly linked with the Frenchman.

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