Liverpool have finally welcomed Naby Keita to the club after agreeing to sign the midfielder from RB Leipzig last year.
Another new player has also reportedly joined the club, and he has a very close association with Anfield legend Steven Gerrard.
Numerous media outlets, including The Telegraph, reported on Wednesday that Manchester City youngster Bobby Duncan will become a Liverpool player on July 1.
It is believed that the Merseyside outfit have paid £200,000 to seal the signature of the 17-year-old, who is Gerrard’s cousin.
The teenager joined City’s academy at 11 years old, but has opted against signing a contract at the North-West outfit.
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Now, the forward will try his luck at Anfield and will aim to find a route to the first team.
Duncan made five appearances for the Under-18s last season, and he has also featured 15 times for the England Under-17s.
On Reddit, Liverpool fans posted their verdicts on the youngster, who has five international goals to his name.