Liverpool have been steadily collecting some of the brightest youngsters in the game in recent years. The Reds have stacked the academy with promising talents and we expect them to continue to do so this summer. With rumours of a switch to West Ham emerging, Liverpool need to sign Adam Hlozek before he moves elsewhere.
The past few summers have seen some exciting youngsters arrive on Merseyside.
Harvey Elliott and Sepp van den Berg arrived in the wake of the Reds’ Champions League win.
Last year we saw the signings of Melkamu Frauendorf, Marcelo Pitaluga and Mateusz Musialowski.
More recently Kaide Gordon and Stefan Bajcetic were brought in in the winter window.
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Who is Adam Hlozek?
18-year-old striker Adam Hlozek plays up top for Slavia Prague.
The teenager already has a wealth of first team experience, making his debut aged just 16.
This season his campaign was derailed by injury yet he’s still netted four goals in eight games, assisting five.
Speaking to Goal, Hlozek’s agent said of the youngster, “I dare say that a world-class player is growing here.”
The article also points out that the teenager has already turned down moves to Arsenal and Bayern Munich.
Liverpool should move for Adam Hlozek
Tuttosport recently claimed that West Ham are considering a move for the teenager.
The Hammers have recently signed Vladimir Coufal and Thomas Soucek from the Czech side.
The London club clearly have a strong relationship with Slavia; Liverpool need to move quickly for Adam Hlozek to beat them to the signing.
He looks set to be one of the best strikers of his generation given the goals he’s scored at such a young age.
Jürgen Klopp will also be enticed by his versatility, he’s capable of playing anywhere on the front line.
We could regret letting him move elsewhere this summer.