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Japanese youngster seeks Liverpool swoop

Timothy Aiyeku

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Japanese talent Takefusa Kubo has unwittingly asked the English Premier League outfit, Liverpool, to move in for him as the summer transfer window gets closer.

Takefusa Kubo has been sighted as one of the most interesting young talents in the country and has been tipped to form a major part of the club in respect to the round leather game at 17 years old.

The young talent has therefore hailed the Merseyside outfit as he hints that he would love to have a move to the Anfield in the nearest future.

According to him, he will only love to move to the West just to play for Liverpool, stressing that he has a different cool feeling each time he watches their games.

Takefusa Kubo has had a taste of football in Europe as he had played in the Academy of the Spanish La Liga outfit Barcelona before leaving due to the new regulations that affected non-EU players.

However, it is yet to be seen if Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has been annoying attention to Takefusa Kubo in the past but there are no doubts that he has got the record of giving attention to young players that have shown the zeal and potential to be great in their careers.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.