Liverpool confident of landing Scottish teenager Calvin Ramsay as they prepare £4m bid for the Aberdeen full-back… with defender keen on Anfield move
- Liverpool are still keen on signing Aberdeen’s Scottish youngster Calvin Ramsay
- The 18-year-old right-back is interested in a move to the Premier League side
- Jurgen Klopp’s Reds expect a fee of £4million to be enough for Aberdeen to sell
Liverpool do not expect any issues as they look to wrap up the signing of Aberdeen teenager Calvin Ramsay.
The Scottish starlet has enjoyed a breakthrough season with the Scottish Premiership side, playing 33 times in all competitions this season.
And the Reds are confident of securing Ramsay’s signature for a cut-price £4million fee ahead of a potential summer move to Anfield.
Liverpool are confident of signing of Aberdeen’s teenage defender Calvin Ramsay (pictured)
Jurgen Klopp’s Reds expect a £4m fee will be enough – a deal could be completed next week
Ramsay is keen on making the move and a fee of £4million should get things done.
There could be further movement on a deal before the end of the week.
The 18-year-old won the Scottish Football Writers Association’s Young Player of the Year in April.
The right-back, 18, won the Scottish Football Writers Association’s Young Player of the Year
Ramsay has also been capped three times by his country’s Under-21 side.
It is believed Ramsay would act as a backup to first-team star Trent Alexander-Arnold.
However, the signing would also call into question the future of fellow full-back Neco Williams, 21, who spent the end of last season on loan at promoted Fulham.
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