What's more, there goes the potential back up for Andy Robertson.
The youthful left-back is in the last year of his present agreement and he wants to leave the club.
The 19-year-old's active exchange is approaching this mid year while Leeds United and Brentford are keen on signing the Frenchman.
The thinking behind such a choice is self-evident - Larouci needs first-group football.
The chap has appreciated just 2 appearances in the FA Cup for the senior Liverpool group this season after a great pre-season with the main group the previous summer.
Such a purpose behind leaving the Reds has become a fairly sight regular among Liverpool prospects as of late with any semblance of Rafa Camacho and defiant Bobby Duncan likewise withdrawing from Anfield the previous summer. It hasn't played out especially well for both of them up until this point.
Larouci's left-back partner Adam Lewis is more idealistic as he's as of late marked the new agreement so perhaps we'll have an Academy prospect as Robbo's back up all things considered.
A few fans have reacted to respond to the post and here are some collection of some interesting remarks:
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