Soccer NewsMonday 15th October 2018

Liverpool to allow Moreno transfer, Lewis to replace him

Liverpool to allow Moreno transfer, Lewis to replace him

Liverpool have reportedly been impressed by the performances of young left-back Adam Lewis after calls to train with the first-team recently.

So much so that the club seem ready to give him more of a chance in the senior side next season as Alberto Moreno looks set to leave Anfield on a free transfer, according to Goal.

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The Spaniard has fallen out of favour since losing his place to Andrew Robertson on the left-hand side of defence last season, and Goal claims the Reds are not currently in talks over a new contract for him.

Moreno would be out of contract at the end of the season and free to negotiate a move with a foreign club from January onwards.

Goal claim Lewis has long been thought of highly at Liverpool, with ex-Red Steven Gerrard even wanting him on loan at Rangers.


The 18-year-old could now get a chance for Jurgen Klopp soon enough as this report states he’s given a good account of himself in first-team training.

Liverpool have done well to promote youth in recent times, with Trent Alexander-Arnold a particular success in the LFC senior side since coming up through the academy.