Liverpool have a number of talented youngsters at the club. The Reds have been working hard in recent years to sign up wonderkids from across the globe. One recent acquisition could play a role in the first team next season. Conor Bradley has said why he chose Liverpool over Manchester United.
Conor Bradley could step up
This summer will see a number of players sold by the Reds.
According to The Athletic Neco Williams wants out before the start of next season.
This is because the Welshman wants more first team football.
It’s understandable why the 20-year-old is looking for more regular minutes, he isn’t going to leapfrog Trent Alexander-Arnold in the pecking order anytime soon.
The Athletic goes on to state that Joe Gomez will provide immediate cover whilst Conor Bradley will step up as and when he’s needed.
Why Conor Bradley chose Liverpool
Liverpool signed Conor Bradley from Dungannon United in 2019.
A year later the Northern Irishman signed his first professional deal with the Reds.
The promotion of Neco Williams and sale of Ki-Jana Hoever afforded the teenager with a spot in the U23s side.
He has stood out for Barry Lewtas’ side and has even made his senior debut for Northern Ireland.
The Liverpool ECHO has reported that Conor Bradley is a lifelong Liverpool fan, speaking about why he chose the Reds despite interest from Manchester United and Chelsea the youngster said:
“It wasn’t just because I support them, it was because they’re a real family club and that’s something we all really appreciate.
“They’re also keen on the education side of it, which is very important to me.”
What RTK has to say
This lad could be the business.
Bradley being a lifelong Red means he’s going to give it his all to establish himself at Anfield.
Fingers crossed we see some glimpses of him next season, surely we’ll see his face in the cup competitions.