Liverpool is reported to have agreed to sign the Fulham midfielder Harvey Elliott in this summer transfer window.
The 16-year-old made his debut for the club at the age of 15 in EFL Cup and was club’s youngest ever first-team debutant.
Harvey Elliott has decided to join Liverpool, as he wants to play with one of the top clubs of Europe that have the best attack and the defence.
Several European clubs like Barcelona, Real Madrid, Paris Saint Germain and RB Leipzig were interested in signing the English international.
Elliott’s Premier League debut came against Wolves, and Fulham captain Tom Cairney has praised him,
“He’s been a sensation since he joined in training a few months ago.
“His attitude and his belief in himself at such a young age is frightening.”
“He’s got a great football brain, an eye for goal and is a very entertaining player,” Cairney added.
Elliott has become the latest player for Fulham’s academy to be sold to the elite club’s of Premier League following Roberts Patricks, who was sold to Manchester City in 2015 in a deal worth around £12m.
He has also featured for the English youth sides and played for the U-17’s and the U-18’s team in 2018, and in May this year, he became the youngest player in the Premier League following his appearance as a substitute against Wolves in the 88th minute.