There’s been lots of praise for Harry Wilson during his loan spell at Hull in the Championship, and rightly so.
The Welshman has already proved he’s easily good enough for that standard and will get a chance to impress Jurgen Klopp in pre-season.
Sheyi Ojo though has struggled with injuries and form, while Ovie Ejaria’s not done much for struggling Sunderland.
Unfortunately, it looks like Ryan Kent has been the worst of the lot, judging by tweets from Bristol City fans.
The Englishman has played ten times, but is yet to score and their supporters are angry Bristol City agreed to a loan deal in which the club would have to pay a fine if Kent wasn’t used.
Here’s some of the comments on his performances since he joined:
We've got Ryan Kent on loan at Bristol City, I'd pay money to send him back to be honest. Good potential but in a real bad run of form, and is doing us more harm than good.
— Mark Taylor (@Mark_Taylor_x) April 5, 2018
If I won the half time £1000 I’d book Ryan Kent a nice comfortable taxi back up north
— Louis Bishop (@LouisBishop_) April 2, 2018
Ryan Kent worst player iv ever seen in a City shirt
— Cally D (@cdiegutis) April 2, 2018
Actually can’t get over how bad that was. Might as well send Ryan Kent back now as he’s a complete fraud & Liam Walsh looks like a competition winner. Brentford would of beat us 6/7 on another day
— Barn (@Barn_Bcfc) April 2, 2018
In regards to Ryan Kent, take the fine lads @bcfctweets
— Ace (@spudboy1983) April 2, 2018
Is it true, or just a rumour, that we have to pay Liverpool some sort of fine if we don’t play Ryan Kent? If it IS true, why on earth did we agree to such a daft deal?
— Rebellious Jukebox (@cruiserscreek85) April 3, 2018
It doesn’t looks very promising, which is a shame considering how much he impressed against Bayern Munich in our pre-season friendly thrashing.
That performance earned Kent a loan deal at Frieburg, but he failed to make the team consistently and has clearly struggled at Bristol City.
We hope he can turn it around, as from what we’ve seen, the 21-year-old is a talented, pacy, skilful winger with a penchant for tricks – something all fans love.