Liverpool youngster Harvey Elliott gave Reds supporters a glimpse of his exciting talent this afternoon by coming up with a superb assist in the UEFA Youth League.
Elliott burst onto the scene back in September 2018 at his previous club Fulham, where he became the youngest-ever player to turn out in the EFL Cup at the tender age of just 15 years and 174 days old.
Elliott moved on the Anfield in July of this year for an undisclosed fee and, remarkably, went on to become the youngest-ever player in Liverpool’s illustrious history to start a competitive match when he turned out against MK Dons, but he’s still waiting to make his Premier League bow for Jurgen Klopp’s side.
Playing in today’s UEFA Youth League tie away to Genk, Elliott showed just why he’s so highly-rated with this deft chip in behind the opposition defence to set-up team-mate Curtis Jones:
We know Liverpool have some of the best players in European football at the moment, but do you think Elliot has what it takes to make it on Merseyside?
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