Liverpool beat Manchester United against Stefan Bajčetić

According to reports, Liverpool won the race for Stefan Bajčetić. The Reds managed to overtake rival Manchester United to sign.

This comes from the Spanish branch of La Voz de Galicia. They claim that Liverpool will soon announce Stefan Bajčetić.

The Reds usurped Manchester United to bring in a player as well. According to the report, the old rivals themselves were on the verge of a move before Liverpool rushed to catch him.

Although Liverpool was obviously the first interested team. United thought they had managed to advance in this race – and it seems like a race – only to lose it in the end.

According to the Liverpool Echo, Liverpool is very close to this. However, in this race, they emphasize the race against time.

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The UK is leaving the EU on January 1, which will dramatically limit the signing of young players from Europe. It will actually actually end all chances.

If Liverpool want Bajčetić, then they have to do it before the beginning of 2021.

The player

So who exactly is Bajčetić? Well, we don’t really know much.

The kid is only sixteen years old, but according to that article, he has been at Celta Vigo for seven years. Although he was on the edge of their first team player, he still did not make his debut in the senior.

We know that he is also a center forward, so he will add a very promising selection that Liverpool already has.

Rhys Williams is currently on the first team, and Billy Koumetio is not far behind. Then there is Sepp van den Berg, who joined in 2019.

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They are all teenagers with a great future. Bajčetić would still be a young man, and that is why he needs a lot of time.

He has a tough fight ahead of him for Liverpool’s first team, but given the effort the Reds are putting in here, they have to expect him to do so.

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