After originally signing as a midfielder, Conor Coady has been ever-present in the Wolverhampton Wanderers side since joining from Huddersfield Town in 2015. After two brilliant years in the Premier League, this season, Coady has made his international debut, scored his first international goal and now become a regular within every England squad ahead of Euro 2021.
The St Helens-born grew up as a Liverpool fan and came through their academy before making just one league appearance for the Reds. Since leaving the club, Coady has transitioned from a centre midfielder and blossomed into a commanding, ball-playing centre-back and truly become one of the Premier League's top defenders.
As he reaches the pinnacle of his career, this season provides Coady with the chance to fulfil his boyhood dream and resign for his beloved Liverpool to help the injury crisis, which has seen Klopp lose both Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez.
As the Reds attempt to retain the Premier League title, a contract offer could be too good for Coady to turn down and this would be a real test of his loyalty towards the club that helped make him the player he is today.
No doubt the Englishman would consider the option but given his exceptional mentality as Wolves' captain, don't be surprised if he turns an offer down, especially with a place in England's starting XI a near guarantee right now ahead of the Euro's.
Odds for Coady to join Liverpool are now at 4/1 ahead of the January transfer window.