Liverpool defender has finally returned to Anfield

 

Liverpool youngster Sam Hart has cut short his season-long loan spell to Port Vale and returned to his mother club, it was revealed on Wednesday evening.

The defender has been a regular performer for the League One club in the first half of the season after acquiring a late-August transfer to the Staffordshire side.

It is an interesting movement by Liverpool, who are in the race for a senior left-back signing last year before selecting midfielder James Milner as a temporary footballer on the left side of the defence.

It is a movement that has paid bonus as Milner has replaced Alberto Moreno to be the natural left-back for the Premier League title chasers.

 

Meanwhile, Liverpool have different plans to sign Spartak Moscow striker Quincy Promes in the January transfer window.

The German manager had been interested in signing the Dutchman and Liverpool star Georginio Wijnaldum fuelled speculation last month that his national was moving to Liverpool.

The 25-year-old winger, has eight goals in 17 matches for Spartak this time and his arrival would be appropriate given Philippe Coutinho’s injury difficulty and Sadio Mane’s loss at the Africa Cup of Nations.

However, as reported by the Daily Mail, The Reds do not expect about securing a deal for the attacker this month and could leave any move until the summer.

That choice could pave the way for rivals Everton to swoop in with the Merseyside Blues think to be keeping a keen eye on the striker.