Liverpool centre-forward Dominic Solanke is reportedly on the radar of Huddersfield and manager Jurgen Klopp should send him to the John Smith’s Stadium on loan for the second half of season.
According to Sky Sports, Huddersfield are keen on signing the 21-year-old on loan in the January transfer window.
Solanke is a highly-rated talent at Anfield that is in desperate need of first-team football, as he looked impressive in patches last season but is yet to make a senior appearance this campaign.
The striker recently ripped it up with England’s Under-21s side and it makes sense to allow a temporary exit in the New Year, with Roberto Firmino and Daniel Sturridge ahead of him in the Liverpool pecking order.
Solanke needs to be tested in the top flight and Huddersfield are likely to be fighting relegation, which means he can’t be a direct danger to Liverpool.
The Terriers also are in need of a new striker, as midfielder Aaron Mooy is their top scorer this season with two goals.
There is every chance Solanke could be the main man at Huddersfield and Klopp can also take comfort from the fact that manager David Wagner is looking over him, who was the best man at his wedding.