5 promising Liverpool youngsters who could become stars in future
Liverpool's academy has been famously known for nurturing youth prospects and metamorphose them into full-fledged first team players. Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher are just two of the biggest successful examples of Reds' academy who later turned out be their own legends.
Since the arrival of Jurgen Klopp at the Red Half of Merseyside, Reds have fostered a host of his approach is quite fascinating for the propitious youngsters with Trent Alexander Arnold becoming the latest academy success in his era.
At the moment, Liverpool has a fine panel of youngsters and on this very note, we take a look at five promising Reds' players who could become very successful in the future.
#5 Curtis Jones
The cameo of Liverpool's under 18 Liverpool squad in the 2017-18 season, Curtis Jones has emerged as one of the most promising youngsters in the country.
The 19-year-old is an immensely versatile midfielder who generally piles his trade as an attacking midfielder. The teenager grabbed his momentum under the management of Steven Gerrard in under 18 squad and quickly gained a permanent spot in his XI.
Pace, vision, ability to send short and long passes and equally efficient to find the back of the net, Jones' future at the Merseyside looks very bright.
#4 Ben Woodburn
Liverpool's 18-year-old forward-winger Ben Woodburn had a quite frustrating loan spell at Sheffield United, but still, with looking at his immense agility and past performances at Liverpool academy, he still hailed as a propitious youth talent.
The Welsh international became Reds' youngest ever goalscorer in history to find the back of the net when he scored against Leeds United in the domestic cup back in 2016. At that moment he was just 17 years of age.
Woodburn has already made nine senior international appearances for Wales and boasts a great potential to make a breakthrough in Reds' lineup in the coming years.