Clarkson moved to Championship outfit Blackburn Rovers on a season-long loan deal from Liverpool in the summer in a bid to clock up regular first team minutes.


However, the loan move did not go as planned as Clarkson struggled to get regular game time under Rovers boss Tony Mowbray, making only just four league starts before the turn of the year.



Liverpool decided to cut Clarkson’s loan stint short and triggered his recall clause on Sunday owing to the lack of game time.


But the Reds are still open to letting the highly-rated academy product leave Anfield on loan again for the second half of the season.



Liverpool still want Clarkson to garner first team experience and are open to listening to loan offers for him this month.


However, the Merseyside giants will be evaluating any offers for the 20-year-old from interested parties later in the window.



It remains to be seen whether any potential suitors will come forward in the coming weeks to hand Clarkson another opportunity to play first team football for the rest of the season.