Liverpool wonderkid Bobby Duncan wanted by Danish side Nordsjaelland on loan with striker concerned about chances of breaking into first-team
- Bobby Duncan is regarded as one of the brightest young players at Liverpool
- Duncan, Steven Gerrard’s cousin, is wanted by Danish side Nordsjaelland on loan
- They will give him regular football and pay his wages in full for the season
Liverpool have received an offer from Danish side Nordsjaelland to take promising academy prospect Bobby Duncan on a season-long loan.
Duncan is viewed as one of the brightest talents at the Liverpool academy and was part of Jurgen Klopp‘s pre-season plans.
But Nordsjaelland want to take the young striker on loan for the rest of the season — and are willing to offer the 18-year-old regular football to convince him to join.
Danish side Nordsjaelland want to take Liverpool academy prospect Bobby Duncan on loan
The Danish Superliga side are also willing to pay Duncan’s wages in full for the coming season.
Duncan has concerns about his pathway into the senior set-up at Liverpool and is understood to be open to moving abroad.
The 18-year-old featured for Liverpool’s Under-23s against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Monday and impressed in front of scouts from across Europe.
Duncan, Steven Gerrard’s cousin, is concerned about his pathway to the first-team
But Nordsjaelland have made a formal move for the highly-rated youngster, with Liverpool now weighing up the offer.
The youngster, who is Steven Gerrard’s cousin, set the Anfield academy alight last season following his arrival from Manchester City in 2018.
But Duncan, who scored 32 goals for the Reds academy academy last year, has grown concerned about his chances of breaking into Klopp’s senior set up.
The Danish side will give him opportunities for regular football and pay his wages in full
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