Scottish U-21 international Ben Doak joined Liverpool from Celtic during last summer’s transfer window. He played mainly on the right wing, and despite being only 17 years old, he made two mid-season appearances in the Premier League, as well as in the FA Cup and League Cup.
This season, he has been with the first team since pre-season and scored his first goal for Liverpool in a friendly against Leicester City. His sharp dribbling is one of his main strengths, and he is able to break down the opponent’s defensive network by using a variety of quick and loose moves.
He is a teenager, but he has the mental strength of a player who has played in first-team matches. He started the season’s opening match against Chelsea, but failed to make a big impact in his 13 minutes of play.
He has great potential. Liverpool also highly evaluates his potential and has signed the Scotland U-21 winger on a long-term contract.
Will the young attacker, who is expected to play mainly in cup competitions for the rest of the season, be able to show off his dribbling skills against experienced left backs and make the step up to the top team?