The ‘unbelievable’ 18-year-old is scheduled to play in Liverpool’s EFL Cup match against Leicester.
Bobby Clark, a Liverpool youngster, is scheduled to play against Leicester City in the EFL Cup next week.
More information was supplied by the Liverpool Echo when the club’s Under-21s met Morecambe in the EFL Trophy.
The mid-table League Two club was defeated 3-0 by Barry Lewtas’ side.
In an easy win for the Reds, Mateusz Musialowski, Calum Scanlon, and Bobby Clark all scored before halftime.
It was an excellent performance from a group of young players for whom Liverpool has great aspirations.
Carter Pinnington, a 16-year-old centre-back, earned a lot of praise from his boss after the game, and other players on the team have been associated with
During pre-season, Jurgen Klopp gave Scanlon, Clark, and James McConnell opportunities.
Clark is now set to be included in Liverpool’s team for the EFL Cup next week, a testament to his remarkable play in recent months.
He had previously shined in the tournament and was even given the opportunity to shine in the Champions League last season.
Clark, a Liverpool youngster, is set to play for the first team in the EFL Cup lately.Clark scored a deflected effort on Tuesday night, and the source claims that ‘the hope now will be for him to be part in the League Cup’.
The ‘unbelievable’ midfielder has a bright future ahead of him.
In pre-season, he was handed several chances, scoring against next week’s cup opponents Leicester City.
The 18-year-old has already contributed four goals from midfield in three games, which will make Klopp take note of his efforts.
Clark, on the other hand, faces stiff competition for a starting spot from a number of other young players.
He’ll be attempting to follow in the footsteps of Stefan Bajcetic, although playing in the eighth position will be more difficult.
Curtis Jones, Harvey Elliott, and new recruit Ryan Gravenberch are competing for minutes with current starters Dominik Szoboszlai and Alexis Mac Allister.
Clark must seize his chance in the cup when Liverpool plays next week.
There’s no stopping him if he puts on a show-stopping performance.