Liverpool Loan Report: Tyler Morton & others seizing opportunities

The club will be happy to see loaned players doing well.

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When you are a club as big as Liverpool, there will inevitably be multiple players that have their growth stunted or slowed due to lack of options to play above them.

The beauty of the loan system allows these same players to show what they can do and continue to develop their games with the hopes of returning to Anfield as a crucial player.

Let's get you caught up on some of the players shining away on loan.

Tyler Morton - Hull City

Morton has been taking the Championship by storm for Hull as he has become an integral piece of their midfield.

He has made 26 appearances and recored 3 goals to go with 4 assists. However, he has spent most of his time deployed deep in a holding midfield spot where he has shined. His ball retention rate of nearly 88% is better than any player at Anfield right now.

Whereas Conor Bradley had a brilliant loan spell last season before exploding back at Liverpool this term, could we see the same happening for Morton? I would not put it past him at all.

Fabio Carvalho - Hull City

Following a disappointing spell at RB Leipzig earlier this season where he only contributed 1 goal in 19 appearances, Carvalho appears to be back on track.

Since making the move to the English side in Janurary, he has started on four occasions in an advanced role. He has looked much more comfortable and like the bright talent Liverpool bought from Fulham.

Keeping fit and logging the minutes is the most important thing for him the remainder of the season.

Sepp van den Berg - FSV Mainz 05

The young central defender has been having a solid season at one of Jurgen Klopp's old stomping grounds in Germany.

The Dutchman has made 22 appearances this campaign and has looked solid, even if not eye popping, each time. His growth and development could be a key story to follow as the Reds defense appears to be the next group in need of a refresh in the near future.

Van den Berg, 22, has continued to grow into his frame and he is slowly piecing the game together. This is the epitome of a perfect loan spell.

Calvin Ramsay - Bolton

The young Scottish right-back has seen Bradley ascend this season behind Trent Alexander-Arnold. Having battled injuries ever since signing with Liverpool, he is in dire need of a stretch of fitness.

Having followed Bradley's route to Bolton this past transfer window, he has so far made 3 appearances for The Wanderers.

2 of those have seen him deployed as a right-midfielder as he looks to keep rounding out his all-round abilities. He still hasn't shown his knack for creating goals like he did in Scotland, but just having him on the pitch is a win.