That is because according to Daily Mirror, Liverpool have completed the signing of Spanish Under-17 international Madger Antonio.
The midfielder joins the club from La Liga outfit Villarreal and he will be free to play for the Reds’ Under-18 and Under-21 sides when he gains international clearance.
Antonio, whose family originates from Guinea-Bissau, has already trained with his new academy side following his switch to Merseyside.
He arrives for a nominal fee as his contract with the El Madrigal-based club was up next up summer with the Yellow Submarine fearing he would leave on a free transfer.
This morning he took to Twitter to confirm his delight at moving to Anfield.
Antonio wrote: “So proud to be part of the @LFC club! Now it’s time to keep working hard! Thanks everyone for your messages!”
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