Samed Yesil has stated that he is hoping for a chance to play in Liverpool’s senior team under the newly appointed Jurgen Klopp.
The 21-year-old stated that Klopp is a manager who supports young players and that communication with the former Dortmund man will not be a problem.
“Probably I am coming back to the Reds and I am pretty excited about it because obviously he is German and I am a German as well,” Yeşil was quoted as saying by Goal.
“So the communication will be a lot easier for me.
“In addition he is a guy that supports young players and that excites me as well.”
Yeşil joined Liverpool from the Bundesliga side Bayern Leverkusen 2012 for £1 million.
The Liverpool Echo states that the Merseyside club have decided to send the 21-year-old out to aid his development.
The young striker has featured for all of Germany’s youth teams from Under-16 to U19 and he is available also to play for the Turkish national team.
The former Bayer Leverkusen man scored three goals in his last two appearances for Liverpool U21’s during pre-season.