Liverpool transfer news: ‘Move will happen, medical due’ - Sky Sports reporter

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Liverpool transfer news: ‘Move will happen, medical due’ - Sky Sports reporter

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 Ejaria, 21, joined Liverpool after leaving Arsenal aged 16 back in 214. However, the England Under-21 international has only made eight senior appearances for the Reds.  Ejaria had a spell on loan at Sunderland last season and spent the beginning of this campaign playing under Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard at Rangers. And now it appears he will be making another temporary switch, this time to Reading.  reporter Dharmesh Sheth claims a deal will happen as long as Ejaria passes a medical. “Let’s tell you about a transfer out of Liverpool,” Sheth said. “And it concerns Ovie Ejaria. The midfielder will move to Reading on loan for the rest of the season subject to passing a medical. “The England Under-21 international spent the first half of this season on loan at Rangers, scoring once in 14 league matches. “Ojaria has two-and-a-half years left on his Anfield contract.” Meanwhile, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has confirmed he will not sign a central defender this month. Klopp is currently without both Joe Gomez and Joel Matip due to injury. However, the German admitted the duo are close to returning to full training. “We will see what we do, but we cannot, we will not sign a centre-half for one game or whatever, that will not happen,” Klopp said. “Joe and Joel look good - obviously not good enough for Monday, not good enough I would say for the game after that, for Brighton, [but] hopefully then they are at least in full team training. “I think for Joel it would be possible, for Joe at least there's a little hope that it can be the same, so we will see. “Joe had a good day, a very good day [on Friday], so that's good.” Liverpool are in FA Cup action on Monday when they visit Wolves in the third round (7.45pm).

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