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Next generation of Liverpool stars urged to seize chance and follow Harvey Elliott and Curtis Jones path

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The UEFA Youth League has long proven a significant barometer for Liverpool youngsters.

Curtis Jones, Neco Williams, Rhys Williams, Harvey Elliott and Caoimhin Kelleher have all impressed in the competition on their way towards making the step up to the first team.

Liverpool begin their fourth UEFA Youth League campaign when they entertain AC Milan at Kirkby this afternoon (kick-off 1pm).

Now the Reds’ latest generation of hopefuls will be given a chance to test themselves against Europe’s best having been denied the opportunity last season due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

READ MORE:"They didn't want to keep me" - Gini Wijnaldum makes fresh Liverpool exit admission It will be a new challenge for the likes of Mateusz Musialowski, James Balagizi and Melkamu Frauendorf, who shot to prominence during last season’s run to the FA Youth Cup final, and Kaide Gordon, the 16-year-old who made a huge impression during the summer with the first team.

He’ll be recovering for the next few weeks.” The Forest game also saw a first competitive Liverpool outing and goal for 16-year-old Bobby Clark, the son of former Newcastle United midfielder Lee who was signed from the Magpies last month.

“The Youth Cup run last season was a good experience for us and this can now add to that.
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