Liverpool fans love the footage of U-13 Calvin Ramsay showing his tricks

Liverpool fans love the footage of U-13 Calvin Ramsay showing his tricks

Calvin Ramsay has been signed by Liverpool and the fans have already started loving him. Reflecting his skills at the age of just 13, Ramsay’s footage recently got a lot of attention from the Reds supporters.

As the summer break is soon about to end, all the young stars of Liverpool who will be playing this season are eager to prove themselves and get into the good books of Jurgen Klopp for the rest of the season.

The Reds have had a satisfactory transfer season as they have lost some key players like Sadio Mane and Divock Origi, who have been salient for the Merseyside club through all these years but have also managed to get their replacements and made a strong team after signing some young players.

Moreover, Liverpool have managed to bring Darwin Nunez from Benfica, Calvin Ramsey from Aberdeen and Fabio Carvalho from Fulham who can be very beneficial.

Calvin Ramsay skills are adored by Liverpool fans

Calvin Ramsay is a young and talented player who has played for the Championship team Aberdeen and after signing for Liverpool a video got viral of the player showing his tricks when he was a kid.

Moreover, the 18-year-old will be very helpful as he will be playing as an attacking right-back which will give Liverpool more options in that area.

Obviously, I’m a right-back, pretty attacking – I like to attack. I’m OK defensively as well, but my main attribute is attacking. [Trent is] similar to the way that I play. His attacking, his crosses, he can use both feet, his passing range is obviously quite similar to mine.

He told LFCTV

Last season, Konstantinos Tsimikas came as a replacement for Andy Robertson and performed very well for the Reds and finished the season with a winning penalty against Chelsea in the FA Cup final.

Similarly, Calvin Ramsay will also look forward to making his space in the main squad and giving his best for the club.

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