Liverpool seal deal for 16-year-old Polish winger
Posted On August 5, 2020
Liverpool have signed Polish winger Matuesz Musialowski from SMS Lodz.
The 16-year-old has joined for a six-figure sum and will link-up, initially, with the club’s academy.
The teenager operates down the right wing and comes with a fine reputation – tipped as a future international for his country.
The winger links up with compatriot Fabian Mrozek; the goalkeeper also arriving at Melwood to join Liverpool’s academy.
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Despite the capture of the duo, it’s not expected to be a busy summer window for Liverpool.
The club are in the market for a new centre-half following Dejan Lovren’s departure. Liverpool have seen an intial bid of £9m rejected by Real Betis for defender Aissa Mandi. However, they won’t need to raise their bid by much to land the Algerian.
Aside from that, there doesn’t look to be any other major arrivals coming in at Anfield.
Klopp has hinted he is happy with his squad, with their spending impacted by the global economic downturn.
“I am happy with my squad 100%. I was last year when people wanted us to sign him and him but because of our reasons we did not do it,” Jurgen Klopp said.
“It’s not that we don’t want to, we try to make the right decisions constantly and then COVID came. The situation changed and not for the better.
“It’s not that we think we cannot improve with transfers, we do what is right for us and what we are able to do, that’s all.
“If other teams invest I have no idea, they may know more about the future, I don’t know. But the main difference between us and other teams this year was consistency.”
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