Multiple clubs are reportedly interested in taking Liverpool youngster Neco Williams on loan next season. 

The 20-year-old – currently away with Wales as part of the nation’s Euro 2020 squad – is attracting plenty of domestic interest as sides begin to put players in place for the 2021/22 campaign. 

According to a report from TEAMtalk, as cited by Anfield Effect on Twitter, the Reds have been asked about the possibility of taking the right-back on a temporary basis. 

Williams is seen as a possible replacement for the highly sought after Max Aarons by newly-promoted Norwich. 

The report also claims Jurgen Klopp is a ‘huge fan’ of the young Welshman – underpinned by the faith often shown. 

When regular right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold was absent for a crucial UEFA Champions League group stage tie against Ajax, Williams deputised and provided the all-important assist for Curtis Jones’ winning goal. 

Overall during 2020/21, the 10-cap starlet made 14 appearances in all competitions. 


Whilst a loan move would be ideal for Williams’ development in order to obtain regular first-team exposure – the lack of a natural deputy for Alexander-Arnold would be a major concern. 

After the Scouse full-back was ruled out of the European Championships with a thigh injury, Klopp is unlikely to sanction the departure of the only recognised senior replacement. 

Were a versatile option to come into the squad, perhaps the £7.2million valued ace would be allowed to leave Anfield on a temporary loan move. 

Should Liverpool Allow Neco Williams To Leave On Loan?