Liverpool youngster Adam Lewis has agreed a season-long loan deal with Scottish side Livingston.
Liverpoolfc.com have confirmed that Lewis will join up with David Martindale’s side ahead of the 2021/22 season.
Lewis had two separate loan deals last season.
His spell at Ligue 2 side Amiens was cut short in January, before he moved to Plymouth Argyle for the second half of the campaign.
He had a better time of things in League 1. Lewis played 20 games, scoring once and getting two assists.
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A move to the Scottish Premiership is the next step for Lewis, who signed a new contract at Anfield last year.
Livingston loan is make or break for Lewis
Unfortunately, it is unlikely that Adam Lewis will have a long-term future at Liverpool.
He will be 22 in November. The chance for him to become a first-team player for the Reds has seemingly passed.
There is no chance of him displacing Andy Robertson any time soon, while he is unlikely to move ahead of Kostas Tsimikas in the pecking order either.
A move to a decent side in a respected league should help him launch a good career for himself.
If he plays 30-odd games in the Scottish top-tier, he will likely get a good transfer next summer.
A Championship or SPL side would be a great move, but he has to prove himself this season first.
If he helps Livingston finish in a Premiership Championship Group place once again, Lewis will have no shortage of suitors this time next year.