Liverpool join race for Birmingham prospect


Liverpool have joined the race to sign Birmingham City prospect, George Hall

George Hall

Hall has been a first-team regular for the Blues in the Championship this season, with the club manager John Eustace recently admitting that keeping the teenager will be a priority.

Leeds United have been on the race to sign the 18-year-old, but now Liverpool are understood to be keeping tabs the Merseyside Giants the teenager, who has also represented England at U18 and 19 level.

Liverpool, who have been impressive in attracting the best young talent in the country, could be without Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain this summer.

Everton are also trying to recruit young players to bolster their future success.

Birmingham have a reputation for developing young players following the astonishing rise of Jude Bellingham, who represented England in the World Cup.

Hall has made huge strides this season, speaking to a local radio this week, Eustace said: "We're delighted with his progress. He's a top young player. But all I want to do is to keep on developing George in the right way, which I think we have done so far."

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