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Liverpool interested to buy youngster Calvin Ramsay

As the next season will be starting in a while, Liverpool have plans to buy the youngster Calvin Ramsay in […]

As the next season will be starting in a while, Liverpool have plans to buy the youngster Calvin Ramsay in the upcoming summer transfer window.

This season for Liverpool has been phenomenal as they won 2 domestic cups, the FA Cup and the Carabao Cup after beating Chelsea in penalty shootouts in both of the finals.

However, Liverpool came second in the Premier League as Manchester City became the English champions with just a 1-point gap. Meanwhile, Liverpool also lost the UEFA Champions League final against Real Madrid so they might get some new players for their upcoming season.

Moreover, the Reds feel that they need to improve their defending in order to win more matches and the titles for the 2022-23 season.

Calvin Ramsay to Liverpool

Liverpool have already signed the youngster Fabio Carvalho for an initial 5 million pounds which rose up to 7.7 million pounds. Adding on to it, another youngster Ben Doak will also play under Jurgen Klopp in this upcoming season.

Meanwhile, Divock Origi will be departing and also there are talks going around about players like Sadio Mane, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Takumi Minamino as there is no confirmation that they will be staying or will leave the Merseyside club.

With all this going on, According to The Athletic‘s James Pearce in a recent update, Liverpool have a 4 million pound deal with the 18-year-old Calvin Ramsay while Leeds had an interest in Calvin Ramsay but now they are closing on another target.

Calvin Ramsay is a Scottish professional footballer who currently plays for the Scottish Premiership club Aberdeen and plays as a defender for the club.

Moreover, Liverpool will start their pre-season training on the 4th of July and as the Scottish full-back has neither been called for the UEFA Nations League for Scotland’s matches with Armenia and the Republic of Ireland nor for the under-21 Euro qualifiers.

Therefore, Liverpool are expecting to see Calvin Ramsay on their first day of training once the deal goes through.

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