Ben Doak signs new long-term Liverpool contract as ex-Celtic star hailed as the ‘Scottish Vinicius’

BEN DOAK has signed a new long-term contract with Liverpool.

The former Celtic youth player has been rewarded for his outstanding performances for Anfield’s youth teams with a contract extension just over a year after leaving the Hoops.

Ben Doak has signed a new long-term contract with Liverpool


Ben Doak has signed a new long-term contract with LiverpoolPhoto credit: Alamy

17-year-old Doak joined Jürgen Klopp’s team Summer from 2022 and has played six senior games for the club since moving south.

He was originally signed as a youth player, but it didn’t take long for him to impress coach Klopp and he was quickly promoted to the first team, joining Andy Robertson and co.

Liverpool fans see him as one of their brightest young talents and the teenager is expected to play even more minutes in the first team this season.

Now the club have handed him a new long-term contract to ensure he stays on Merseyside for the coming years.

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And the fans are thrilled News one even denotes the increase star as the “Scottish Vinicius” and compared him to the Brazilian striker from Real Madrid.

Another said: “He will be great for us.”

Someone else wrote: “Nice stuff! I’ll tear it up Europe League.”

A third said: “This News made my day better.

While a fourth commented: “If I were a Bets Man, he’s Salah’s replacement.

Klopp has been overwhelmed by Doak’s progress since his move to Anfield.

Speech after the winger Preseason In the game against Karlsruhe, the coach was speechless by the 17-year-old’s performance.

He said: “We saw this Children how good they were. James has never played a six before and today he played there and it was like that Pretty Watching, to be honest. Bobby did really well in the first half.

“Ben Doak, oh my God, these are a lot of fun to watch Children. Calum, I’ve only known him for nine days, he’s been injured before and now he was there. Koumas came, Conor Bradley really good.

“The Children are really good and the others are really good, we know that. Some of them might have to get through little holes every now and then because it’s obviously very hard for them.”

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Emma Bowman

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