Liverpool football club have agreed a deal with the German outfit Hertha Berlin for the loan of Brazilian midfielder Allan Rodrigues.
The highly talented Liverpool midfielder has joined the Bundesliga club in search of more first team action now according to Liverpool Echo. The move has been confirmed by Hertha Berlin as well.
— Hertha BSC (@HerthaBSC) July 26, 2016
The 18-year-old midfielder joined Liverpool during the summer of 2015 after a standout performance at the Frenz International Cup in Indonesia.
The talented Brazilian is yet to obtain a work permit and, therefore, cannot play for Liverpool. However, that should be sorted soon and Allan is expected to be a part of the Liverpool squad for next season.
Allan was loaned out immediately after signing for the Reds and the Brazilian joined SJK in Finland.
In eight appearances during his time at SJK, Allan chipped in with two goals and five assists to help the club secure the first league title in their history.
The Reds sent him out on loan to Belgian club Sint-Truidense last season and the Klopp wants him to continue his development with regular first-team football under his belt at Berlin now.
Allan was also a vital part of the Brazil U20s who played in a South Korean warm-up tournament ahead of next year’s U20 World Cup. The gifted playmaker has impressed Klopp during friendlies for the U21s and behind-closed-doors games at Melwood so far.