Liverpool 'frontrunners to beat Man Utd and Chelsea' to Newcastle wonderkid midfielder


    Liverpool are reportedly at the front of the queue to sign 16-year-old Newcastle wonderkid Bobby Clark. The youngster is the son of former Magpies, Sunderland and Fulham midfielder Lee Clark and is looking to follow in his father’s footsteps by making the grade in the Premier League.

    There have already been speculative reports claiming the Reds have already wrapped up a deal for the highly-rated technician.

    Yet Tottenham, Manchester United, Chelsea and Bayern Munich are also believed to be among those interested.

    Clark first played for Newcastle Under-18s back in September 2019 when he was just 14.

    His growth and development sees him considered one of the brightest prospects in English football.

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    “He has not been offered to Tottenham Hotspur, so subsequently they have not turned down the chance to sign him.

    “No idea where this story came from, but it is typical social media nonsense – 99.9 percent of stories published are not true. Sorry, I deal in reality, not fake news.”

    Jurgen Klopp is giving youngsters a clear pathway into the first team at Anfield, something that will bode well should they try to convince Clark to sign.

    Trent Alexander-Arnold is now deemed one of the club’s most important players after establishing himself in the first team under Klopp in the 2017/18 season.

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    Furthermore, Curtis Jones enjoyed his breakthrough campaign last term and is now being tipped to replace Gini Wijnaldum.

    Neco Williams, Caoimhin Kelleher and Harvey Elliott have also enjoyed opportunities under the German.

    Liverpool are expected to be active in the coming weeks as they look to strengthen their senior squad.

    Another forward is under consideration while a central midfielder could also arrive.


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