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Jurgen Klopp's transfer dilemma could be solved in-house as latest wonderkid unearthed

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The 19-year-old has previously been his first-team audition, making his debut in an EFL Cup quarter-final tie with Aston Villa in 2019.

In February 2020, Clarkson played at Anfield as Liverpool's youngest-ever side knocked Shrewsbury Town in an FA Cup fourth-round replay.

The pinnacle of his career came in December as he started a Champions League group stage match against Midtjylland.

Clarkson would represent a versatile midfield option for Liverpool, with the ability to function in a number of roles within the team.

"I'd say I'm quite a technical player. I like to pass the ball, I like to get on the ball all the time, I'm always looking to play my mates in," the youngster told Liverpool FC when describing his style of play.

"I'd say I can play a variety of the midfield positions - I can play as a No.6, a No.8 or as a No.10. I played as a No.10 when I was 15 and playing in the U16s and scored quite a lot of goals."

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