Liverpool are always on the lookout for bright prospects to bolster the academy side with one eye on the future. The Reds have added plenty of exciting talents in recent seasons. According to The Mail, Liverpool are now tracking Kyron Gordon at Sheffield United.
The Reds future is looking bright thanks to a recruitment policy which has placed great emphasis on signing the best young talents around.
Last summer saw the arrival of the ‘Polish Messi’ Mateusz Musialowski.
Marcelo Pitaluga was signed from Fluminense in order to be heir to Alisson Becker.
Whilst Melkamu Frauendorf, Germany youth captain, was brought in from Hoffenheim to pull the strings in the U18s.
It looks as though the Reds are looking to dip back into the market for another young recruit.
Liverpool want Kyron Gordon
There is plenty of youth talent in the Premier League with the division boasting some formidable academies.
It looks as though plenty of eyes are on the Sheffield United set up at the moment.
According to The Mail, Liverpool are tracking Kyron Gordon, the Blades’ 18-year-old centre back.
The Reds aren’t alone with a pack of clubs monitoring the teenager, Manchester United among them.
What RTK has to say
The Reds certainly need a centre back in the senior side but not in the academy.
We have plenty of promising young defenders in the youth set up.
Billy Koumetio, Rhys Williams and Sepp van den Berg will all be looking to push into the first team in the coming years.
However, we always trust the recruitment team’s judgement.