Compared to a few years ago, Liverpool Academy has some of the best talent in England. Local players such as Trent Alexander-Arnold, Curtis Jones, and Jarell Quansah are making their mark in the first team.
The team that moved to Liverpool as teenagers is also playing an active role in the first team. Harvey Elliott, Connor Bradley, Bobby Clark, and Ben Doak are all looking for more playing time. Other promising prospects are in friendly competition with the U-18s and U-21s.
Wales U-19 international Lewis Koumas, who plays for the U-18 team, is one of them, and there are clubs that want to add his talent to their squad, with several Championship clubs exploring the possibility of a loan, according to the Daily Mail.
The 18-year-old forward, whose father is former Wales midfielder Jason Koumas, plays mainly in the center forward position and also plays on both wings.
He has eight goals and three assists in 12 games this season through Premier League 2 and the U-18 Premier League.
The young striker is likely to stay at Anfield, but what kind of career will he have in the future…?