Liverpool interested in signing ‘top’ record-breaking Premier League player

Liverpool interested in signing ‘top’ record-breaking Premier League player

Liverpool are reportedly interested in Sheffield United teenager Daniel Jebbison, the striker is also wanted by Everton.

According to Yorkshire Live, the 19-year-old forward is on the Reds’ radar. Also, Jebbison is entering into the final 12 months of his Blades contract. Now the clubs begin to look into the attacker’s transfer situation.

A regular for England at youth level, the Canadian-born teenager is regarded as one of the most exciting talents in the entire country.

Jebbison still holds the Premier League record for the youngest player to score on his debut.

However, he has only 2 goals to his name in all competitions for Sheffield last season as the club gained promotion to the Premier League.

This would be a perfect time for the forward to have a change of scenery with Liverpool as an option.

Liverpool targeting young forward, Daniel Jebbison

The forward is lauded by Oliver Norwood as a ‘top’ prospect. Moreover, the Reds aren’t strangers to signing PL talents who haven’t hit their prime yet.

Klopp is an expert in seeing the potential of a player who just aren’t there yet in terms of becoming a regular.

Hence, this is something that the teenager fits into for Klopp and Liverpool. He could potentially be a great signing for the Reds this summer.

But with his contract running out soon, Sheffield would want a decent amount to part ways with him.

Jebbison’s senior career has been interesting, to say the least. The player is yet to fully break into the starting XI of Sheffield despite being a top prospect.

As a result, Liverpool could try their luck to sign Jebbison this summer. Given Jebbison’s potential and homegrown status, Liverpool could view the teenager as a safe bet in the market.

While everyone knows the German loves young players and that is the reason the Merseysiders are chasing teenagers such as Lavia and now Daniel Jebbison too.

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