Liverpool have four wonderkids on the verge of breaking into Jurgen Klopp’s first team in 2022.


In 2022, Liverpool have four wonderkids who could make Jurgen Klopp’s first team.

JURGEN KLOPP could bring in some new faces to Liverpool’s first team this season.

In the face of a crowded fixture list, Covid-related issues, and the Africa Cup of Nations, Liverpool fans may see their highest-rated youngsters get more game time in 2022, particularly over the next few weeks.

As a result, Express Sport examines four wonderkids who Jurgen Klopp could bring into the first team this season.

The 18-year-old struggled through Polish football before being signed by the Reds in 2020.

While rising through the international youth ranks with Poland, he has already made an impression in the Liverpool youth set-up.

In the absence of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane, the winger is rumored to have a strong goalscoring record in Polish youth football.

Musialowski has yet to make his full debut, but he is one of the most recognizable faces in the club’s youth system.

Pep Guardiola will miss City’s FA Cup tie against Swindon due to a Covid outbreak.

After coming through the ranks with Manchester City and Liverpool, the young Englishman is already knocking on Jurgen Klopp’s door.

Balagizi, who stands 6ft 2in tall and plays as an attacking midfielder, is regarded as a player with enormous potential, owing in part to his unusual physique.

The Manchester-born youngster has already earned five caps for England at the U19 level, indicating that he has a bright future ahead of him.

Balagizi, who is 18 years old, narrowly missed out on a full debut in September after making the bench against Norwich, but fans are already looking forward to his full debut in 2022.

Gordon, unlike the other players on this list, has already made his senior team debut for Klopp.

As Liverpool cruised past the Canaries 3-0 in the EFL Cup, the Derby youth product started on the right wing.

That made him the Reds’ fifth-youngest player ever, and the 17-year-old even made an appearance for Derby in the Championship last season before completing his £3 million move to Anfield.

Gordon will have plenty of time to work his way into Klopp’s long-term plans, but fans may be eager to see more of him sooner rather than later.

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