Liverpool have an absolute gem on their hands in the form of right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold. The 19-year-old was incredible for the Reds last season, playing 33 times. Such an impressive campaign eventually saw him make the England squad for the World Cup in Russia.
But could they have an equally impressive breakout talent on their hands for the other side of the pitch?
Adam Lewis just put in a fine performance at left wing-back for England’s under-19s, as they defeated Turkey 3-2 at the European Championships in Finland.
The 18-year-old will no doubt be catching the eyes of the Liverpool first-team staff with such performances.
The former academy captain made his way into the under-23 set-up last season and is now looking like one of Liverpool’s star young players.
He is a devastating attacking full-back. In his 37 under-18 league games to date, he has 12 assists. Steven Gerrard was a huge fan and the sky’s the limit for Lewis.
“Going forward, I haven’t seen anyone as good as him at that age, in terms of quality and what he can deliver in the final third.”
Andrew Robertson is currently Liverpool’s number one left-back and rightly so. But there is no reason why Lewis could not usurp the error-prone Alberto Moreno to be his back-up next season.