Liverpool have been one of the dominant forces in the Premier League this season, with their unbeaten domestic record still intact.
The Reds will be desperate to earn the bragging rights in tomorrow’s Merseyside derby as they take on Everton at Anfield. However, it appears as if Jurgen Klopp has turned his attention towards securing a big player agreement, as according to The Times’ Matt Hughes, Liverpool are set to reward Bobby Duncan with a new deal.
Liverpool are set to reward Bobby Duncan with a new deal at the club amid interest from a number of Bundesliga sides.
Indeed, his rise in form has alerted the likes of Bayern Munich and RB Leipzig, who are both keen to bring him to Germany in the near future.
The 17-year-old has impressed for the Reds’ U18s since completing a move from Manchester City during the summer transfer window. He has managed to score 12 goals across all competitions this season and was recently handed a maiden call-up to Neil Critchley’s U23s in the 7-0 International Cup defeat to Villarreal.
Another player that could go on to achieve big things after leaving the Citizens.
So, it looks as if Liverpool are set to secure a big player agreement as the youngster has already showcased his talents in the youth system, since making the move from Manchester City. The attacker has plenty of potential and will no doubt play a big part in the future of the club, so it’s good to see Liverpool acting quickly.
FSG have funded a number of incredible transfers over the years, but they’ll now need to help secure a deal for Duncan.