Liverpool Star Hints at Anfield Future After Jurgen Klopp’s Departure

Harvey Elliott has strongly indicated his intention to remain with Liverpool even after Jurgen Klopp’s departure.

He previously came through Fulham’s academy and expressed his eagerness to win more trophies with the team.

“I want to keep winning trophies with this team. Both individually and collectively we are never content with what we have, we always want more,” the 20-year-old told lifestyle outlet SWM.

“I have a hunger for greatness. I hope the dedication, desire and motivation to do the small things well, will take me a long way in my career.

“Call it greedy, but I want to achieve more and experience everything this game has to offer, especially when it comes to trophies with this club.”

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Born a fervent supporter of the Reds, the young player has garnered considerable trust within the footballing sphere.

Amidst the acclaim, it’s crucial not to overlook the sheer brilliance embodied by our No.19.

Since his debut in 2019 at the tender age of 16, the attacking midfielder has graced the field for Jurgen Klopp’s team on 107 occasions.

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His potential is undeniable, and it falls upon those who succeed our esteemed German coach to nurture his growth.

Additionally, the emergence of talents such as Conor Bradley, Curtis Jones, Jarell Quansah, James McConnell, Bobby Clark, Jayden Danns, among others, deserves recognition in this developmental journey.

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