Liverpool Set to Agree Playmaker Deal

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is renowned for handing out opportunities to youngsters and more than a few starlets have got their chances at Anfield under the management of the German boss.

Welsh international Ben Woodburn is one of the starlets, who have progressed big time under Klopp and it will be fair to say that he deserves a long term deal.

If reports in the media are anything to go by (Liverpool Echo), the playmaker is set to be rewarded a new long term deal by the Reds after turning 18 yesterday.

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The teenage sensation scored his first goal for the Merseysiders last season to become the youngest goalscorer at the club.

Ben scored on his debut for the senior national side as well. In four appearances, he played a total of 75 minutes for the Welsh side, scored a goal and provided an assist.

Unfortunately, Wales lost their last World Cup qualification game to Ireland and failed to qualify for the finals.

This season, Woodburn has only featured once in the first team of Liverpool in a league cup contest that the Reds lost against Leicester City.

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