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Report: Liverpool could bid £26m for player once described as 'better version of Pogba'

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According to Soccer News, Liverpool are interested in signing highly-rated Ajax wonderkid Ryan Gravenberch.

Along with Liverpool, the report states that Manchester United, Chelsea and Barcelona are also keen on the 18-year-old, who is one of the hottest prospects in Europe.

Soccer News claim that Ajax could receive a €30 million (£26 million) offer from any of these four clubs this summer.

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However, they add that it is unknown whether or not Ajax would accept such a bid.

The teenager already has three caps for the Netherlands national team, and has been in fine form for Ajax this season.

In 38 appearances from midfield, Gravenberch has scored four goals while also registering six assists.

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So, what type of player is the Amsterdam-born prodigy?

Well, Brian Tevreden – who handed Gravenberch his debut for Ajax’s Under-15 side when he was just 12 – made a huge statement.

As quoted by Goal, Tevreden once said: “Technically, I would say he’s a better version of Pogba in his best days at Juventus, in terms of his technique and his presence on the pitch.

“He’s very dominant like Pogba was, and that’s what I see in Ryan.”

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Now, that is very high praise indeed.

At Juventus, Pogba worked his way into the FIFA World XI for his efforts in 2015, before landing an £93.2 million move to Manchester United.

It was a world-record transfer at the time.

If Gravenberch goes on to have even half the career Pogba has had, Liverpool would be foolish not to snap him up before his value skyrockets.

In other news, 'Would flourish at Saints': Some Southampton fans want to sign £12m ace who's 'so good'

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