Liverpool is reported to have joined the race to sign the Fulham youngster Harvey Elliott in this summer transfer window.
The teenager at the age of 16 and 30 days, became the youngest player in the history of Premier League when he made his debut against Wolves in May this season.
Liverpool is interested in signing Harvey Elliott, as he is a versatile forward, who can deputise to the likes of Mane and Salah.
Elliot made his first-team debut for the Cottagers last September but has failed to agree to terms to a new agreement with the club management.
According to the Evening Standard, the English international is on the radar of the top European clubs like Real Madrid, Barcelona and RB Leipzig.
Fulham manager Scott Parker has said, ‘Often you find that transition is very difficult for young players, but with him, you wouldn’t know, and that’s probably the sign of a top player or someone who has the ability to be a top player because the transition he has made has been very smooth,’.
‘He is a technically gifted football player. A special talent. He has got a naturalness about him, an ease. He is very clean with the ball, can handle the ball very well for someone so young.’
At Liverpool, Klopp has transformed players like Trent Alex Arnold, Joe Gomez and Andy Robertson into world class players and if we come up with an offer for the youngster, it would be hard for Elliott to turn down.
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