Harvey Elliott has returned to Liverpool after a successful loan spell with Blackburn Rovers.
The 18-year-old spent the season at Ewood Park to get some regular first-team football under his belt.
And following the conclusion of the English Championship campaign, he has returned to his parent club.
Elliott has been spotted at Liverpool’s training AXA Training Centre as he uploaded a picture of himself working out at the complex.
The midfielder scored seven goals and recorded double-digit assist in 42 appearances for the Rovers this term and arrives back at Anfield with some invaluable experience at his disposal.
Elliott’s impressive performances earned him a nomination for the EFL Young Player of the Season award alongside Max Aarons and Michael Olise.
Jurgen Klopp now has a decision to make over the summer as he weighs up another loan spell for Elliott or use him as part of his rotation next year.
Youngster Sepp van den Berg also returned to Anfield this week but the pair will not feature for the Reds in their remaining few games against West Brom, Burnley and Crystal Palace despite arriving back before the end of the Premier League season.
League rules state that players can only feature again for their parent clubs following a return from a loan spell in ‘exceptional circumstances’.
Players would also need to be on the club’s Squad List before being available for selection, something which can only be altered when the transfer window is open.
Any player returning from a loan spell who is under 21 is also ineligible to play for the remainder of the season.
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