Liverpool will insist that all future loan deals involving our academy players include a clause that requires the player to play in at least 75 percent of matches for their new clubs.
According to the Echo, clubs will be fined if they fail to adhere to our rules.
Football League rules state that parent clubs cannot include clauses that require players to start matches, so Liverpool bosses have come up with the workaround.
It is also understood that we have scrapped loan fees, with Klopp and his staff being more interested in the developmental side of the move than its financial value.
The first possible move to hit the rocks because of our new rules is that of Cameron Brannagan. Wigan made a £1 million bid for the player which was rejected, and a consequent loan offer collapsed because they could not guarantee his first team place.