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Wolves should make January play for Liverpool full-back Nathaniel Clyne

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Wolves should make January play for Liverpool full-back Nathaniel Clyne

Wolverhampton Wanderers should consider moving for forgotten Liverpool star Nathaniel Clyne in January.

Nuno Espirito Santo recent admitted that he would be on the lookout for a new right back in the winter transfer window.

Currently Matt Doherty is the undisputed right back but Santo is after competition for the Irishman.

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Should anything happen to him though, the Black Country club would be struggling as there is little in the way of cover.

 

Wolves were recently reported to be interested in signing Divock Origi from Liverpool, but one man they should make a priority is Clyne.

Clyne needs a new club and Wolves could be perfect

Wolves and Santo should consider moving for Clyne who is well out of favour at Anfield at the moment.

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The rise of Trent Alexander-Arnold has seen his game time decrease dramatically, and Jurgen Klopp has been known to field Joe Gomez there ahead of Clyne.

His future on Merseyside does look bleak right now, and Wolves should rescue him from what has turned into a bit of a nightmare.

He hasn’t played much lately, but earlier in his Liverpool career Clyne was arguably one of the best in his position in the Premier League.

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He would bring pace and an attacking threat to Molineux, as well as plenty of experience at the top level, which has to count for something given Wolves, as impressive as they have been at times this season, are a newly promoted club.

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Tom is a Public Relations (Sports) graduate who has built up experience in digital football writing and original content production, with words having reached millions online. Also very partial to a cheeky pub quiz.

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