Liverpool are always looking to the future. The Reds have been steadily building the team of tomorrow by recruiting youngsters from across Europe. Billy Koumetio and Harvey Elliott are two examples of the Reds’ forward thinking policy. We look set to continue with this transfer strategy. According to The Times, Liverpool have agreed a fee for Calum Scanlon of Birmingham City.
Liverpool youth armada
The Reds academy is currently stacked with talent from around the world.
Summer 2019 saw the arrivals of Harvey Elliott and Sepp van den Berg.
Previously we’ve signed Billy Koumetio from Orleans whilst summer 2020 saw the signings of Melkamu Frauendorf from Hoffenheim and Marcelo Pitaluga from Fluminense.
These players have been cherry picked for their vast potential and some are already making an impact.
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Harvey Elliott is tearing it up in the Championship whilst Billy Koumetio earned himself a Champions League debut this term.
Liverpool agree Calum Scanlon fee
The Reds seem determined to keep building for the future.
According to The Times, Liverpool have agreed a fee for Calum Scanlon.
The 15-year-old is currently playing for the Birmingham City academy and is an England youth international.
The report states that the fee is believed to be less than £500,000.
The teenager and his family are now thought to be deciding whether or not to relocate to Liverpool to continue the player’s development.
What RTK has to say
It’s always exciting when the Reds snap up an exciting youngster.
We can’t pretend to know a tremendous amount about the lad but he must have something about him if we’re acting so decisively.
Hopefully Liverpool manage to persuade Calum Scanlon to make the move.
Who doesn’t want to play for the world champions?