Liverpool youngster Adam Lewis has agreed a new deal with the Merseyside club, according to Sky Sports.
Lewis is a 19-year-old who plays mostly as an attack-minded left-back, but he’s more than capable of performing well in any role on the left side of the pitch. He is also an extremely talented set-piece taker.
Andy Robertson, who recently signed a new deal with the club himself, is the undisputed first choice for the position under manager Jurgen Klopp, with Alberto Moreno mostly acting as his deputy. However, the Spaniard’s contract is set to expire this summer, and it’s not very likely that he’ll be signing a new one due to his wish for regular game-time.
Rather than sign a new player to play second fiddle to Robertson, Klopp is contemplating giving Lewis, a U-23 regular, a chance to step up into the first team.
Glasgow Rangers were reportedly looking into the possibility of bringing the youngster to Scotland with manager Steven Gerrard keen on a reunion with the player he has worked with at Liverpool’s U-18 team, but it seems Lewis will be staying put.
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