Cameron Brannagan has taken to social networking site Twitter to send a message to Liverpool after joining Oxford United.
The 21-year-old midfielder had been at the Reds for 16 years, having joined the club when he was just five years of age.
The former England Under-20 international midfielder has taken to Twitter to send a message to Liverpool and to Oxford after completing his transfer.
Beale, who is the Head of coaching for the foundation phase at Liverpool, has spoken highly of the youngster on Twitter and has wished him the best of luck for the future.
Huge good luck to @Cameron246bran on his move to @OUFCOfficial - A player that developed from the pre academy to the first team at Liverpool FC - a special journey that few make. We will be supporting you on the next exciting step in your development at a very good club https://t.co/4822QbWsHA— Michael Beale (@MichaelBeale) January 11, 2018
Thanks @LFC for everything 16 years have flew. and I have learnt so much an met some top people but now on to a new chapter at @OUFCOfficial hoping to be as successful as possible pic.twitter.com/XVGT32FPS7— Cameron Brannagan (@Cameron246bran) January 11, 2018
Brannagan is a very talented and promising young midfielder, and one can understand his decision to leave Liverpool for Oxford.
The midfielder, who made his professional debut under then Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers against Bordeaux in the Europa League in September 2015, as reported by The Daily Mail, needs regular playing time at this stage of his career.