Liverpool Will Not to Sell Young Player Who Has Saved the Club a Lot of Money – Jamie Carragher Claims

Jamie Carragher has shared his perspective on the potential future sale of a by Liverpool youngster.

The ex-Liverpool defender and current Sky Sports pundit emphasised the player’s potential to become a crucial member of the squad. Now, let’s delve into what Jamie Carragher specifically expressed regarding Liverpool’s youngster.

Jamie Carragher Claims FSG Will Not Sell Liverpool Right-back Conor Bradley

Jamie Carragher has expressed high praise for Conor Bradley, claiming that Liverpool owners, the Fenway Sports Group, have no intentions of parting ways with the 20-year-old Northern Ireland international right-back.

During an appearance on Sky Sports News on Deadline Day, the former Liverpool defender shared his conviction that Liverpool won’t be selling Bradley anytime soon.

Conor Bradley, who joined Liverpool’s ranks in 2019, is now making a notable impact in the first team after his loan spell at Bolton Wanderers during the 2022-23 season.

In a recent Premier League match at Anfield, Bradley showcased his skills by scoring a goal and providing two assists, contributing significantly to Liverpool’s 4-1 victory over Chelsea on Wednesday evening.

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When asked if Bradley could leave, Carragher said on Sky Sports News (4:07 pm, February 1, 2024): “You mean, Liverpool might sell him? No. No. He has saved Liverpool a lot of money because I think, a lot of people, myself included, have been saying for a long time now.

“With Trent Alexander-Arnold at right-back, because he is so good, Trent, it’s very difficult to bring someone in as back-up because they know they are not going to play more often than not. And you still have got to good money for someone like that.”

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In my view, there is potential for Conor Bradley to emerge as a prominent figure for Liverpool in the future. This 20-year-old Northern Ireland international, positioned as a right-back, possesses qualities that make him stand out.

The primary right-back choice for Liverpool is currently Trent Alexander-Arnold, an exceptionally skilled England international.

It is worth noting that Liverpool’s manager, Jurgen Klopp, has occasionally deployed Alexander-Arnold in midfield, a strategy also employed by England head coach Gareth Southgate.

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Despite Klopp’s impending departure from Liverpool at the end of the season, the possibility of Bayer Leverkusen’s manager, Xabi Alonso, taking over raises the prospect of Alexander-Arnold adopting a midfield role regularly. In such a scenario, Bradley could step into the right-back position.

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