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Liverpool to offer long term contract to 21 year old defender

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Liverpool have used many young talents in their senior team this season. One of the name that has caught attention is Jarell Quansah. Quansah is 21 years old and plays as a centre back. The centre back through his amazing work at defending has impressed the club and fans. His future at Anfield seems promising and may earn him a spot as regular starter soon. Liverpool are reported to offer Quansah a new and improved contract soon.

Jarell Quansah, born in Warrington has been with the reds since his younger day. He is Liverpool academy graduate where he has been since he was 5 years old. His regular good performances and consistency earned him place in senior team. Quansah made his Premier League debut against Newcastle in late august where the reds went on to win the match. Quansah was brought in as substitute. In the middle of december, the 21 year old defender scored his first goal for Liverpool in a europa league clash against Royale Union Saint-Gilloise. Quansah won his first trophy against Chelsea where Liverpool defeated Chelsea in the Carabao cup final.

Quansah to get new contract from Liverpool soon

According to The Mirror, Liverpool are going to offer Quansah with a new contract soon. Jarell Quansah signed a deal with the reds last season but is again going to receive a new deal soon. Quansah is also going to receive a pay rise from the club.

With the arrival of Arne Slot as new manager, he may pair Quansah with Virgil Van Dijk. The 21 year old young defender may learn a lot from one of the best defenders in the world. Liverpool can make their defense even stronger with this addition of young defender. Along with Quansah, the reds should also take some key decisions about their existing superstars. Virgil Van Dijk and Mohamed Salah are also reported to receive contract extensions from the club. Anfield seems to have promising future under Arne Slot with the current stars along with addition of young talents to their squad.

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