Liverpool have finished the marking of 15-year-old safeguard/midfielder Calum Scanlon from Birmingham City's football institute for a detailed charge of £500,000. As Noel composed yesterday, the two clubs had evidently agreed, and Scanlon affirmed the move by means of Instagram today when he shared an image of himself marking his Liverpool contract.
The U-15 England International is fit for playing at left-back or in the midfield, and this flexibility was likely extremely speaking to the Liverpool training staff. He will currently join a young framework that has demonstrated entirely equipped for delivering a constant flow of Premier League ability as of late.
Foundation graduates Curtis Jones, Rhys Williams, Neco Williams, Nat Phillips, and Caoimhin Kelleher have all made significant commitments to the safeguarding Premier League Champions during a physical issue tormented season hitherto.
As Noel referenced, this is unquestionably a getting paperwork done for the future as opposed to prompt fortifications, yet it focuses to the wellbeing of Liverpool's foundation framework. It shows that promising youth players consider the To be institute as an objective for them to have a genuine shot at turning out to be elevated level proficient footballers.
It will probably be some time before Scanlon has a shot from the start group football for the Reds, yet this move will ideally offer him the chance to demonstrate he has the stuff to play Premier League football. Best of luck and YNWA Calum.
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