Curtis Jones, One of Liverpool’s biggest prospect in the Academy ranks, have signed a long-term deal at Anfield.
He has signed a five year contract extension which means the Reds have been able to secure their future by keeping one of the best at the club.
The 19-year-old midfielder has made eight first-team appearances this season, scoring two goals in the FA Cup, including the winner against Everton in January.
Jones has come through the youth ranks at the Anfield club, first joining them at under-nine but now he’s grown and has been fingered as those that would be promoted in the coming season.
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The young lad will now continue his development under manager Jurgen Klopp as he has been handed an improved deal.
Liverpool have got a number of young prospects, and it is expected we see more of them in the coming season especially if the club hierarchy insists on not getting involved in the summer transfer window after claiming that the current squad has got all it takes to compete for another year.
However, Curtis Jones expressed delight for signing a new and improved deal with his childhood club and will only hope to be a part of the first team next season.