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Joel Piroe exactly the kind of exciting signing Liverpool need for the future

Joel Piroe exactly the kind of exciting signing Liverpool need for the future

Liverpool enjoyed arguably their finest transfer window of the Premier League era.

Jurgen Klopp moved quickly to identify and address the weaknesses in his Liverpool squad as he looks to challenge Manchester City for the Premier League title. The German spent £170m to replace Loris Karius with Alisson Becker, strengthen his midfield with Naby Keita and Fabinho, as well as landing Xherdan Shaqiri for much-needed cover in attack. The Reds kicked off their Premier League campaign with an excellent 4-0 win over West Ham.

With the side looking great, Liverpool fans will also be pleased to see the club signing players for the future. The Reds landed promising youngster Isaac Christie-Davies after he left Chelsea as well as poaching England U17 striker, Bobby Duncan, from Manchester City. The Anfield faithful will be hoping the youngsters can follow in the footsteps of Trent Alexander-Arnold to the first-team.

To continue their excellent youth signings, Liverpool should attempt to sign Dutch wonderkid – Joel Piroe. Valued at £180k by Transfermarkt, the 19-year-old has caught the eye of some of the biggest clubs in Europe following a string of impressive performances in his homeland. Goal reports that Juventus will attempt to bring the youngster to Turin in an attempt to fast-track him to the first-team.

The youngster joined PSV Eindhoven from Feyenoord back in 2014 and has been scoring goals for fun in their U19 setup managed by Mark van Bommel. He scored 25 goals in 31 appearances in all competitions last year to attract interest from the likes of Chelsea and Manchester City according to reports. Piroe has been capped nine times at U19 level for the Netherlands, bagging an impressive seven goals.

Liverpool should do everything they can to beat Juventus to his signature and add another potential star of the future to their ranks.

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