Pundit Names “Top-class” Player Who Could Save Liverpool £60m in Future

Robbie Earle is of the opinion that Liverpool have a young player who, if he maintains his current trajectory of development, could potentially save the club approximately £60 million in the future.

Jurgen Klopp seems to be passing on an exceptional roster of players to his successor at Anfield. By the time Klopp steps aside in the summer, he might be leaving behind the Premier League champions.

Liverpool boast not only established superstars like Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk but also a cadre of promising young talents poised for further improvement in the upcoming years.

Robbie Earle Claims Jarell Quansah Could Save Liverpool Millions

Conor Bradley has recently showcased exceptional performance on the field. Separately, Harvey Elliott contributed two assists upon entering the game as a substitute during Saturday’s victory against Burnley.

Additionally, Jarell Quansah demonstrated an impressive performance in defence, filling in for the suspended Ibrahima Konate against Burnley.

Quansah, aged 21, received praise from Trent Alexander-Arnold for his Premier League debut earlier this season and has sustained his impressive form in subsequent months.

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Robbie Earle, speaking on The 2 Robbies podcast, highlighted Quansah as his under-appreciated player of the week, emphasising Liverpool’s potential possession of a remarkable talent.

“Jarell Quansah is a 21-year-old centre-back. Born in Warrington, which is just outside Liverpool, played for all the England youth teams, is starting to make a mark in the first-team when he plays.

“Played a couple of times in Europe, seen him now in the Premier League, I think he’s got one Premier League goal to his name. He’s a young man who might save Liverpool $70, $80 million if he continues to grow and learn and wait his time and keep improving,” he said.

“He looks like he’s got all the things that you would want for a top-class centre-back. Good size, good pace, good mobility, decent on the ball. Bit of presence about him. And he’s one of those who I don’t ever see too much drama around him, or poor decisions.

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“He looks like a 26, 27-year-old who’s come in the team. I think the biggest compliment you can give him is he doesn’t stand out at all in the team like somebody who you’re nursing to get through.”

Certainly, Quansah seems to have an ideal player to observe and learn from in his midst. Virgil van Dijk has previously commended Quansah. Additionally, there are observable resemblances between the two, especially in terms of their physical stature.

Naturally, uncertainty looms over Liverpool’s future with Klopp’s impending departure at the season’s end.

However, if Klopp’s successor continues to develop upon the foundation laid by Klopp, Liverpool stands in a promising position. Furthermore, players like Quansah could swiftly emerge as pivotal figures in shaping that forthcoming era.

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