A Liverpool wonderkid set to follow in Alexander-Arnold's footstep

Kaide Gordon Now let's start with a player who made his first steps into senior football with Liverpool last season.

Tyler Morton A front-runner in a recent leading edge crusade, the Wirral-born midfielder, who started against Tottenham in the Premier League for the first time, showed up amid the break.

Stefan Bajcetic Liverpool may have pulled off an amazing overthrow by signing this versatile Spanish U18 global from Celta Vigo around 2021.

Oakley Cannonier Cannonier was that Liverpool player last season who scored over 40 goals.

Bobby Clark Clark joined the club in 2021, joining from Newcastle. Lee featured for the U18s, U23s, as well as the UEFA Youth League in his first season on Merseyside.

Luke Chamber Chambers, who captained the U18s last year, is a good entertainer who can play left back or right back, and can do both well.

Marcelo Pitaluga Having spent time last season training with Klopp's squad, he is familiar with first-team matters.In the following year, Brazilian goalkeeper Adrian reaches the end of his career.

Mateusz Musialowski In his second year with the club, the Polish youth global danced between the U23s and U18s, showing just glimpses of his undoubted talent.

Layton Stewart Last season, Stewart re-emerged after a year away with a serious knee injury as the foundation's top scorer for 2020-21.

Tom Hill After having torn his knee tendons just before the 2020-21 season, Hill missed the best part of two years and is expected to start his career this mid year.