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8 more Liverpool players are now ‘homegrown’ eligible in Premier League

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Liverpool could lose up to four of their homegrown players from last season’s squad, but eight more players are now eligible. Last season, only registered 24 players for the with seven out of eight possible homegrown slots denying him a full squad. Now, two of those homegrown players – and – have left the club and two others – and – are expected to move on this summer.

To qualify as homegrown, a player must have been registered to an English or Welsh club for a period of three seasons (or years) before his 21st birthday, with a maximum of 17 non-homegrown players permitted in the .

will take one of next season’s homegrown slots having turned 22 in January, meaning he can no longer be included as an under-21 player.

Further down the ranks, strikers and Jack Bearne also now qualify as homegrown along with defender Oludare Olufunwa.

It should be understood that those registered as homegrown would still need to possess the quality required to be part of Liverpool’s first team.
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