Liverpool signing 'racked by insecurity'; has spoken to Klopp

Liverpool signing 'racked by insecurity'; has spoken to Klopp

That there seemed a potential vacancy at the club was why he was signed.

Clyne is yet to play this season and has been suffering with the back problem for some time now.

Robertson has spoken to Klopp about his prospects and on global duty this weekend, Robertson said: "I've spoken to the manager because I felt as if the settling-in period was over for me and I thought I was ready to play", he told reporters. It's been a very frustrating three months for me.

Only then something unexpected happened: after a season spent on the outside, Alberto Moreno reestablished himself as the club's starting left back-and, based on performances so far this season, as arguably the soundest link in the defensive chain.

Robertson was expected to become Klopp's first-choice left-back, but Alberto Moreno's form has been such that the 23-year-old Scotland worldwide has had to settle for a bit-part role.

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Liverpool have 10 games in 35 days coming up over a busy winter schedule - injury and suspensions at centre-back could mean Gomez is needed in the centre of defence and leave Liverpool extremely short when games are played so close together.

The pair have tended to switch between playing league and cup competitions, with Gomez being played in the league and Alexander-Arnold in the cup.

Whether this latest setback for Clyne will see the manager turn to the transfer market in January, remains to be seen. I'm delighted to have got 90 minutes.

"I've spoken to the manager because I felt as if the settling-in period was over for me and I thought I was ready to play". He gave me a few points to work on, so that's kept me going. 17 goals conceded is far too many for a side chasing the Champions League places, and Klopp must remedy their woes at the back, or their challenge will once again be hamstrung by one half of their team.

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