Barnsley’s Young Player of the Year Agrees Terms with Liverpool

Liverpool have handed many youngsters opportunities to shine under the management of Jurgen Klopp.

The likes of Ejaria, Ojo, Woodburn and Alexander-Arnold excelled big time under the guidance of the German boss in the last campaign.

We can expect more talented starlets to get their first team chances at Anfield this season and one quality player in the lime light is left winger Ryan Kent.

The 20-year-old attacker played on loan for Barnsley in the last campaign and proved to be a major hit in the Championshiop. In 38 league starts, he scored 3 goals and provided 3 assists.

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Back in April, the youngster was named Barnsley’s Young Player of the Year (LFC). After returning to the Anfield club, he has impressed in the pre-season and has now deservedly agreed terms of a new contract with the Merseysiders (LFC).

The England international expressed his delight after signing the new deal and it will be intriguing to see how well he does this season. He has featured 6 times for the U-20 national side and scored 1 goal.

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