Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has assured Dominic Solanke his time at Anfield will come after the youngster made his England debut during the international break against Brazil.Solanke has had a year to remember, winning the Golden Ball at the Under-20 World Cup and securing a move to Liverpool after his contract with Chelsea expired but it got even better on Tuesday when he came on as a substitute against Brazil at Wembley.Klopp, who insists there is no lingering effect on his own health after he was admitted to hospital on Wednesday, was thrilled to see the 20-year-old be given such an opportunity by Gareth Southgate and has described him and Liverpool defender Joe Gomez as ‘the future of England’.There is no sign, though, of Solanke becoming a regular fixture for Liverpool just yet. So far he has only made one start — in the Carabao Cup at Leicester in September — but Klopp has no concerns that his England call will go to his head.Klopp said: ‘Apart from his football skills, his character is absolutely outstanding,”He is completely calm with the situation. He has made five, six, seven appearances. He had one game from the beginning, we lost but he did really well. He is really involved, an important member of the squad.That is what he wanted. He wants to be closer. He can’t do it all by himself. Sometimes you need a little bit of luck. It hasn’t happened too often but I am really happy to have him here. He is doing so well and he will not be disappointed if he doesn’t start at the weekend.
Story By: Felix Okaijah