Liverpool have officially ‘made a breakthrough’ in a move for Calvin Ramsay with a medical in progress.
This update comes courtesy of a tweet from Dominic King, with the report noting that a £4million up-front fee has been agreed with Aberdeen for full-back services.
Liverpool have made a breakthrough in their pursuit of Calvin Ramsey; a £4m deal was done, with £2.5m worth of add-ons. A medical examination will follow.
It would also appear, at this stage, that this is the case in terms of revenue.
— Dominic King (@DominicKing_DM) June 16, 2022
It is understood that the much-loved teenager will be the understudy for first-choice right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold.
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With us possessing superb cover on the left flank for Andy Robertson in the form of Greece international, Kostas Tsimikas, the hope will be that the Scotsman can eventually provide a similar level of reliability on the other side of the pitch.
There are high expectations surrounding Ramsay after winning the Scottish Football Writers’ Young Player of the Year award at 18.
We are said to be interested in bringing in a new midfielder, however, with no further relevant updates on relevant targets, it looks like we are set to wait a year to make a potential addition in that department.