The English FA have always stressed that a level of preference be accorded to their local players in various clubs in the country.
This time, it is Liverpool who have defaulted the order and have been told to do the needful or be sanctioned.
The limited playing chances accorded England U-20 international, Dominic Solanke has been reported tp the FA by the coach in charge of the team.
England U21 national manager Aidy Boothroyd protested that the limited playing time accorded players by clubs affects the players when they converge for national team assignments, with Domnic’s case taken more seriously.
The Reds will now have to adjust on the player who was called to England national team in November 2017 and now currently with the Gareth Southgate squad for training ahead of England match against Spain and Switzerland.
Boothroyd said the situation is not limited to the 20-year old alone but most young English footballers in the league, forcing them to move out to other leagues abroad in search of playing time.
He added that this has hindered the young players from growing in term of gathering experience.
Solanke only played for the Reds in only 21 matches last season with only few starts but he is yet to feature in this season with the presence of Roberto Firmino, whose current form cannot be overlooked.