Liverpool youngster Curtis Jones could leave the club on loan in January, according to Goal’s Neil Jones.
The journalist has stated that the club are “eager for the teenage stars to pick up senior experience.”
With that being the case, Jones is one of those players that the club would like to see play elsewhere to further enhance his development.
Regardless of the fact the club are looking to loan Jones out, the report states that the 18-year-old is expected to feature in Liverpool’s Carabao Cup quarter-final clash with Aston Villa next Tuesday.
Jones recently made his debut for the Reds in the Premier League. He was a second-half substitute against Bournemouth during Liverpool’s 3-0 victory at the Vitality Stadium.
Jones’ most memorable moment in his short Liverpool career thus far was his match-winning penalty in the shootout against Arsenal in the Carabao Cup earlier this season.
A loan move would make sense for Jones, as the current Liverpool first XI is difficult to into, especially the midfield.
He is currently the captain of the under 23’s, but he arguably needs to be playing senior football at this point of his career to show everyone he is good enough to represent Liverpool’s senior side in the future.
The report states that Championship club Swansea City could take Jones on, which would be a superb opportunity to develop his game in a competitive league.