Calvin Ramsay is unlikely to take part in the friendly with Manchester United as plan for Fabio Carvalho is explained
urgen Klopp has confirmed that Calvin Ramsay has yet to train with his new Liverpool team-mates after an injury was discovered during his medical.
And the Reds boss has also spoken of the “pure joy” he and his colleagues got from watching Fabio Carvalho in action with Fulham last season.
Ramsay signed from Aberdeen for an initial fee of £4m after 33 appearances in the Scottish Premiership last term and Liverpool believe the 18-year-old can be an able deputy for Trent Alexander-Arnold this coming campaign at right-back.สล็อตเว็ปใหญ่
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The teenager will be part of the contingent that flies out to Thailand on Saturday ahead of the Tuesday friendly with Manchester United at the Rajamangala Stadium but he won’t be involved in the exhibition fixture after an injury was flagged during his routine checks prior to the move to Merseyside.สล็อตแตกหนัก
“Unfortunately, Calvin is now not training with us at the moment, he has a little injury,” Klopp told Liverpoolfc.com. “Nobody knew, we found it when he did his medical check. Until today he has had no problems but the medical department tells us if we don’t take care of that now, he will have a problem in the future.
“So, when you are that young then of course he has a long career ahead of him, so we are very responsible in these moments, so he didn’t train yet with the team but is doing a lot of fitness work. So, it will not take too long I think.สล็อตวอเลทเว็บตรง
“So I didn’t see him yet in training but everything we saw about him, we heard about him, I heard from him: a fantastic boy. And what a player he is, what he did for Aberdeen last year, absolutely exceptional.
“In his age group and you know the things we need from a full-back, he is as close as it gets to the things we want and is still a kid. So we really expect a lot from him in the long term.”
On Carvalho, who moved from Championship winners Fulham for a fee that could reach around £7.5m, Klopp added: “Fabio, wow! What a season he played with Fulham. Getting promoted [with a] football-playing [style], properly football-playing, is not easy. สล็อตเว็บตรง
“So, (Fulham boss) Marco Silva obviously did an incredible job there, but a big part of that was absolutely Fabio. And Harry Wilson obviously, our former [player], and Neco Williams of course.”
The Reds boss also talked up the number of positions the Portugal Under-21 international is able to operate in as supporters get set for a glimpse of Carvalho next week.
“When we watched him it was a pure joy to watch him, absolutely,” Klopp said. “He can play so many different positions for us, the way we play. At the minute he’s not really set on one position – it’s the wing, it’s the eight, it’s the 10, it’s the false nine if he grows a few more muscles.สล็อต
“It’s a short-term and a long-term project; he can start tomorrow and he needs to adapt, you can see that a little bit, but when he has the ball that’s proper quality. I’m over the moon that he’s here. Fantastic prospect.”
“The quality is the first thing and then the age comes in,” Klopp said of his two teenage signings. “Because if you have quality and you are 32 I’m very interested, to be honest. But quality and being 18 or 19, playing already an awful lot of games, having a real impact in their team performance for their former clubs, it’s rare. And both had that.
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