Liverpool winger labelled best player in the world


Liverpool youngster Harvey Elliott has been labelled the best 17-year-old player in the world by Paul Robinson

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The former England goalkeeper is adamant that the teenager has a huge future at Anfield.

Elliott made his switch from Fulham to Liverpool last summer and has already made a big impression on Jurgen Klopp at his arrival.

Following his move to Merseyside, the 17-year-old has had to ply his trade with the  Reds' youth rank, but Klopp has handed him several opportunities to impress in the senior side.

Elliott was handed his Liverpool Premier League debut in January when he came off the bench against Sheffield United.

And according to Robinson, Liverpool have acquired the best player in the world for his age and it could go a long way helping the club.

He told Football Insider : "If there is [one better] I have not seen them.

"When he has come into the team he has done outstandingly well.

"At 17 he looks comfortable and capable. He is going to have a very long and profitable career.

"To come into the Liverpool squad is not easy. Look at the quality of player they have got.

"They are European champions and probably Premier League champions so the pull to come to Liverpool has never been higher.

"They can pull in the world’s best talent if they wanted to but the fact that they have given him a new contract shows you what they think of him.

"A quality player. I rate him. He is going to be around for a long, long time at the top level and at Liverpool if he wants to be."

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