Formal Liverpool Man Nathaniel Clyne has officially signed a short term contract with Crystal Palace which used to be his his boyhood club. It was noted that the formal Liverpool right back ended his contract this June and the Red where not ready to renew his contract stay with them.
Football Scout are saying that Clyne have been training with Crystal Palace in recent weeks and these has lead to him officially completed a contract deal today with Crystal Palace.
Based on his football history the 29-year-old Clyne was noted to have joined Liverpool from Southampton in July of 2015 and was able to cemented his role as the first choice right back in which he made 93 appearances in his first two seasons with them.
With two seasons with Epl champion Liverpool and his ability to be constant in the Liverpool lineup for those season , Clyne suffered a back injury prior to the 2017-18 season which lead to him out of the lineup until February, Trent Alexander-Arnold emerged as a star in the making, and Clyne was relegated to a backup role as a result of his injury position.
Football Analyst was able to establish that Clyne wasn’t the high flying attacking fullback that Liverpool fans are used to as a club but he was able to established himself as a very reliable option on the right side of Liverpool’s defense at anytime.
As a result of injury and his lack of playing times which lead to him been loaned out to Bournemouth in January of 2019, making 15 appearances for the Cherries over the second half of the season at that time.
History also have it that the right back returned to Liverpool in the summer after the Loan deal and he was linked to another move to Crystal Palace before he suffered an ACL injury in a pre-season friendly against Borussia Dortmund in July of 2019 season which lead to an injury that ended his Liverpool stay but with two goals and five assists during his stay with the Red.
Finally he has now join Crystal Palace where he stated his football career. Football analyst continue to say that Clyne was a key member of the Palace squad before he left to join newly promoted Southampton eight years ago at a lovely age 20 where he was allowed to play 46 matches in the 2010-11 Championship season.