Yesterday, Liverpool confirmed that the club have agreed terms of a fresh contract with creative midfielder Elijah Dixon-Bonner.
The youngster joined the Merseysiders from the Gunners in 2015 and initially played under the managemenet of current Rangers head coach Steven Gerrard.
Last month, the teenager captained the team and put in a Man of the Match performance by scoring 2 goals to help Liverpool U23s beat Wigan U23s 3-2 in the Premier League Cup (LFC).
In the Premier League 2, so far, he has netted just one goal in the current campaign and the youngster also found the net in the EFL Trophy against Accrington.
In the UEFA Youth League, Liverpool are currently on top (joint) of their group after four games. Dixon-Bonner played in all four games but he is yet to open his account in the competition.
Over the years, a lot of youngsters have excelled under the guidance of Jurgen Klopp and even this season, several talented starlets have made their first team debuts under the German boss in the Carabao Cup.
The new deal indicates that 18-year-old Dixon-Bonner is an important part of the Reds Youth team and if he continues to progress then we might soon see him in the starting XI of the first team.