This gets into a related issue which is how difficult it can be for young players to get a chance in the first team at a big club, a club that is competing for honors and that has high expectations and financial obligations.
Klopp did give a good number of young players some opportunities in his first season and a half. We've already mentioned Woodburn, Ejaria and Ojo. Trent Alexander-Arnold we forget because he's a regular in the 18 now. Connor Randall saw a good bit of action and a few others have at least made it onto the park once or twice (Wilson, Kent, Jerome Sinclair, Kevin Stewart, Cameron Brannagan, Pedro Chirivella, Brad Smith, Joao Teixera, Joe Maguire). Last season and especially this season we are seeing very little of this, and instead we have I think it is 15 players loaned out.
So if Magillionaire is correct and anybody being loaned is effectively a lost cause when it comes to featuring for us someday, wouldn't it would really give a youth player second thoughts about signing for Liverpool? On the other hand, I've seen in here that being 17 or 18 offers no protection from supporters if someone's performance is not up to par - so even the concept of "giving young players a chance" is a pretty complicated one from a managers's perspective (and that's not even getting into the issues someone mentioned re Woodburn of gaining match experience vs. getting rusty playing only for the U23s.