Liverpool News: Son of a Serbian national team player, the young Stefan Bajcetic joined Liverpool in February 2021. The 17-year-old Spanish national joined The Reds from Celta Vigo.
The young defender was pursued by Manchester United last season, but The Reds beat them to it and signed off Bajcetic as they have more clear plans about the player’s future in English Premier League, with Liverpool.
The player has taken the plane with other members of the team to Thailand, as Liverpool goes to play their first series of preseason matches in the far east.
The Reds have confirmed 37 players that could play in the match with Manchester United, scheduled for Tuesday.
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The 17-year-old defender joined the club after quitting Celta Vigo for 224 hundred thousand pounds in December 2021.
Stefan Bajcetic was born in Spain but has Serbian heritage as his father, Srdan, Played for the Serbian National team. Srdan also played for Celta and Red Star Belgrade.
The central defender had impressed Liverpool scouts back in 2019. Liverpool had their eyes on the Spanish national and was tracking his play in Spain and England.
The player is young and has got a lot to explore as of now. The fact that Liverpool, who when compared to other clubs rarely invest in young players, was so interested in the 17-year-old Spanish defender, speaks of his excellence on the field.
Bajcetic could be a star in making as he leaves for the pre-season tour and will train with the team. If he proves his worth maybe he will be included in the main squad of the English Premier League team.
Who did Liverpool Omit?
Liverpool has omitted six players to join their 37-member squad leaving for the pre-season tour.
Calvin Ramsay, Caoimhin Kelleher, Neco Williams, Ben Davies, Kaide Gordon, and Owen Beck are not part of the 37-man group who have jetted off to the Far East.
After playing The Red Devils, the team will travel to Singapore ahead of their clash against Crystal Palace on Friday.
Liverpool started the tour with a press conference. Klopp reacted to the clash with Machester United and said that every match is important for the team but this is more for the “people”, as reported by Echo in an article