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Liverpool summer signing Calvin Ramsay looks set to be available for Jurgen Klopp’s side after recovering from injury.
The 19-year-old joined the Reds from Aberdeen in June for a deal reportedly worth up to £6.5million.
Klopp disclosed soon after his arrival on Merseyside that Liverpool’s staff had discovered an injury during his medical.
But on Thursday, Ramsay took to social media with a picture of himself in training and the caption “Back in full training. One step closer.”
Indeed, the Scotland Under-21 international was spotted in several pictures from Liverpool’s latest training session.
Ramsay arrived at Liverpool as one of Britain’s most highly-rated youngsters.
The teenager only made his senior Dons debut in March 2021, in a Scottish Cup trip to Dumbarton.
Ramsay quickly made a name for himself, and became Dons’ first-choice right-back.
He featured 33 times for Aberdeen last term, both domestically and in the Europa Conference League.
The Scotland youth international registered an impressive nine assists for his club, as well as one goal.
Ramsay also played against the likes of Celtic and Rangers at Parkhead and Ibrox.
Klopp sung his praises after he arrived at Anfield.
“Everything we saw about him, we heard about him, I heard from him: a fantastic boy,” he told the Liverpool website.
“And what a player he is, what he did for Aberdeen last year, absolutely exceptional.
“In his age group and you know the things we need from a full-back, he is as close as it gets to the things we want and is still a kid.
“So we really expect a lot from him in the long term.”
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