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Nathaniel Clyne has endured a tough couple of seasons or so at Liverpool, with the talented right-back seeing his Anfield dream turn into a nightmare through injury.

The 27-year-old flyer arrived on Merseyside as one of the most highly-rated full-backs in the country, with Clyne breaking into the England team and establishing himself as an ever-present at Anfield.

A serious back injury however derailed his progress and has seen his career grind to a halt in recent seasons, with Clyne making just seven appearances across the last season-and-a-half.

In the time that he has been out of action the club have been forced to move on, with players like Joe Gomez and Trent Alexander-Arnold emerging to take his place.

Clyne is currently fit but unable to even earn a place in the matchday squad most weeks, and a January exit has been widely touted ahead of the upcoming window.

However, Joe Gomez has now suffered a leg fracture which is set to sideline him for six weeks in a blow which potentially opens the door for Clyne once again.

Manager Jurgen Klopp will know that he needs all the resources at his disposal during a busy Christmas period, and that includes Clyne despite the fact he has been so rarely-seen over the past two seasons.

The 5’9″ ace [Transfermarkt] is now set to become a more regular squad member, and may even be given the chance to start the occasional game with Liverpool set for multiple midweek fixtures over

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