Kenny Dalglish believes Liverpool will benefit from the current loan policy – EPL News

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Kenny Dalglish believes Liverpool will benefit from the current loan policy – EPL News
Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has claimed that the club will benefit from the current loan policy in the future. The Scotsman believes that it’s the perfect opportunity to give players first team experience.
The Anfield club have loaned out a number of players this season in order to give their unsettled members more playing time. Pacheco and Peter Gulacsi were loaned to Rayo Vallecano and Hull City respectively.
Most recently, joined Blackpool on a temporary basis. The young Englishman made an immediate impact at the Bloomfield Road as he shone in an impressive 5-0 win for Ian Holloway’s men.
Dalglish has hailed the 19-year-old’s performance for the League one club and has insisted that the midfielder will benefit from his stint at Blackpool. The Reds boss believes that Jonjo has a very bright future ahead of him and has claimed that the young
midfielder needs more first team action, which Liverpool could not provide at the moment.
The Merseyside boss told the club’s official website, "It's helpful to everybody. Jonjo's a very promising player for us, but the difficulty for us is to get him a game.”
The Scotsman has asserted that Blackpool have a very experienced and high quality squad, and the manager sees it as a good opportunity for Jonjo to prove his worth.
"He needs games and it's a fantastic opportunity for Jonjo to do that. Blackpool have got a good quality player and it's educational for us because we'll get to see him play. It'll also be educational for Jonjo because he's playing at a good level with a
good club,” the Liverpool boss added.
Dalglish believes it is important for to send their young players on loan to gain more experience, as it is difficult for the management to give youth players first team opportunities at Anfield.
"It is important for us to use as many opportunities as we can to develop the players - if we can't give them games here, then we've got to look to get them playing somewhere else. For Jonjo it's a chance for us to see him, and for him to develop and push
harder for a first-team spot here,” Kenny Dalglish concluded.



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