Sheffield United defender Jack O’Connell has revealed if Liverpool approaches him with any offer it would be hard for him to deny it anyway, according to anfieldhq
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The 25-year-old is an avid Liverpool fan since childhood as he helped Sheffield United to secure automatic promotion to the top flight football for the coming season.
Connell has signed a new contract which ties him with the club until 2022, but if Liverpool makes an offer it will not be possible for him to deny.
Connel says, “I’m a massive Liverpool fan and went to the Champions League final in Madrid – but couldn’t really enjoy the game because I ended up analysing them as opposition next season.
“Obviously I am happy at Sheffield United. I’ve just signed a new contract, and I’ve never thought about leaving, but my dream as a kid was to play for Liverpool, and if they ever come knocking, although unlikely, it would be hard to turn them down.”
–via Sky Sports
Connell played a crucial role in Sheffield’s successful season where he chipped in with nine goals.
The former England Under-19 international has played in 140 league matches for the club.
He joined Championship club Brentford in February 2015 and stayed there for a year, before signing for Sheffield United of League One on 8th July 2016.
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