Liverpool selling Moreno could see Lewis become the new Alexander-Arnold
As the January window approaches, talk about Alberto Moreno’s future continues.
According to The Mirror, Sevilla have opened negotiations about re-signing Moreno.
The Spanish left-back is out of favour at Liverpool with Andrew Robertson preferred to him.
And Moreno’s potential January exit could turn out to be good news for Liverpool as they look to the long-term future.
It could open the door for Adam Lewis to enjoy some first-team opportunities.
The 19-year-old is one of Liverpool’s brightest prospects and he is the standout performer for their youth team.
If he is given a run in the first-team, he could enjoy a rapid rise to stardom just like fellow youngster Trent Alexander-Arnold did.
Alexander-Arnold was a relative unknown when he broke into the first-team but he has made the right-back spot his own and even made the England World Cup squad.
Lewis has the potential to follow in Alexander-Arnold’s footsteps and his attacking ability means his style of play suits Liverpool’s system.
The England under-20 international would deputise for Robertson initially as the Scotsman has nailed down his first-team spot.
But if Moreno moves to Sevilla, Lewis may be given opportunities in cup competitions and if Jurgen Klopp wants to rest Robertson.
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