LFC Loan Report: Carvalho stays red-hot and a defender shines in Germany

Liverpool's loan army has been a mixed bag of results and form.
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Liverpool currently have a plethora of players out on loan across Europe. Some of those youngsters are playing well while others are not thriving like the club would have hoped.

We are are going to round up the biggest headlines from abroad to see how Liverpool's potential stars are doing and what we can expect going forward this season.

Sepp van den Berg has been having an excellent season in Germany as he has now made 29 appearances in all competitions and has started and played the full 90 minutes in 15 consecutive Bundesliga games, that run began at the beginning of December.

He has become entrenched in the Starting XI and his loan spell is exactly what Liverpool would have been hoping for when the season began. He could be a contributor next season at Anfield.

Fabio Carvalho scored his 5th goal of 2024 since joining Hull City on Monday in their 3-1 defeat to Leeds in Championship action. Carvalho has become a focal point of their attack as he has spread those goals across his 13 appearances.

That is now 4 in 7 if you narrow it down so it's clear that the young Portugese star has settled in and is thriving with the Tigers.

This is the opposite of his experience with RB Leipzig earlier in the season. If he can maintain this form through the end of the season, he will bring a lot of confidence back to Liverpool.

His teammate at Hull City and fellow Reds loanee, Tyler Morton, has been a workhorse having made 34 appearances across all comps. It was his assist on Monday that set up Carvalho's goal.

That's 3 goals and 5 assists from his deep lying midfield spot this term, a healthy number for a player in his position in a tough league like the Championship.

Morton has won the trust of his Hull coaches and it will be interesting to see how he would fit in the stacked Liverpool midfield room upon his return.

21-year old left-back Owen Beck has played 28 times for Scottish side Dundee FC this season. He has 6 goal contributions to this point. He has missed the last few matches because of a groin problem, but prior to that he was a mainstay in the first XI.

Fellow fullback, Luke Chambers has been equally as impressive as Beck during his time with Wigan. He has played 16 times and provided 3 assists of his own.

The 18-year old featured for Liverpool a handful of times this season, so it's nice to see he has kicked on from there.

Lastly, 20-year old keeper Harvey Davies has started in goal 32 times for League Two side Crewe as he tries to make a name for himself to be an eventual option at Anfield.