Liverpool forces Connor Randall to leave the Anfield and search for a new destination this summer as the management is not happy with his performance.
Conor Randall has been a part of the Liverpool setup since he was six years old and his professional debut was just three weeks into Jurgen Klopp’s tenure.
The defender has failed to perform and has had featured for clubs like Hearts and Rochdale during his loan spells.
Randall’s last senior appearance for Liverpool was two years back in an FA Cup clash with Wolves.
It’s likely that the 23-year-old will not be offered an extension with his contract, which is about to expire next month.
According to Football Insider, Randall was told to clear out his locker at Melwood in preparation for his departure.
Liverpool is not expected to splash out on big names this summer, with Klopp’s summer business expected to be limited to replacing any outgoing squad players.
Randall made his appearance for the club in 2013-14 in the friendly win at Shamrock Rovers.
He also possesses an excellent passing range with an ability to pick up the passes quickly.
The English international likes to attack the opposing teams on the right flank, and is always looking to utilize his strength to carry the ball in the oppositions half to score goals.
Randall has played seven matches in the U-23 in the Premier League division.
— via dailystar
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