Glasgow Rangers coach Michael Beale has spoken highly of Liverpool youngster Paul Glatzel on Twitter.
The 18-year-old is on the sidelines at the moment with a long-term knee injury, but the Reds have still handed the striker a new deal.
The talented and promising teenager scored 28 goals for the Liverpool Under-18 side last season and also scored eight goals in the FA Youth Cup for the Reds.
Glatzel was part of manager Jurgen Klopp’s first team in pre-season, and Rangers coach Beale believes that the striker is one for the future and is looking forward to his development in the next two to three years.
Congratulations to young Paul - great news to see him sign a new contract at LFC - suffered a cruel injury in the summer, but looking forward to seeing how he recovers and develops in the next 2-3yrs. One to keep an eye on! Top kid. https://t.co/3M0PXZ3Z5m— Michael Beale (@MichaelBeale) September 11, 2019
Glatzel will have to be patient and wait for his chance in the first team, but his involvement with Klopp’s side in the summer underlines just how highly he is rated at Liverpool.
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