Liverpool fans have stood witness to the rise of top young players across the months, especially under Jurgen Klopp.
The likes of Ben Woodburn, Joe Gomez and Trent Alexander-Arnold have been gifted first-team gametime and another prospect for the future has signed a new deal at the club.
According to the Liverpool Echo, Kamil Grabara has signed a new five-year contract to remain at Anfield, something his management side have also reportedly confirmed.
He will turn 19 next month and has been one of the most brilliant players in the youth setup. It is the goalkeeper’s skills between the sticks that the club have taken notice of and have offered him a new deal to keep him at Liverpool until 2022.
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Grabara helped the club progress into the next round of the UEFA Youth League and will be looking to achieve a number of scintillating before making a move to the first-team. He joined the club from Ruch Chorzow and is also a part of the U19 team’s backbone that Steven Gerrard manages.
Gerrard is also of opinion that the goalkeeper has a great future ahead of him and he also seems to be great at commanding the box and claiming crosses, something we have seen Simon Mignolet struggle with over the years.
The young goalkeeper knows that he is far from making it to the Reds first-team or even making it to the bench given that there are already three goalkeepers of the first-team. However, with Grabara showing the right temperament and performances in the youth teams, the Pole could be one for the future.
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