Liverpool is thrilled with the agreement that provides Jurgen Klopp his own Lionel Messi

Ben Doak has been compared to Lionel Messi and is expected to make a significant breakthrough despite only being 17 years old has signed a new contract with Liverpool.

Over the past few years, there have been significant changes to Jurgen Klopp’s attacking line. Xherdan Shaqiri, Takumi Minamino, and Divock Origi all left the team, along with two members of the storied front three. While Roberto Firmino moved to Al-Ahli, Sadio Mane signed with Al Nassr.

Diogo Jota, Luis Diaz, Darwin Nunez, and Cody Gakpo all joined Liverpool to bolster their roster. Despite being the least expensive new face for £600,000, Ben Doak, an ex-Celtic wonderkid, is arguably the most intriguing player.

Ben Doak can play a significant role for Liverpool in the upcoming seasons

The 17-year-old, referred to as the “Scottish Messi”, is receiving praises for his low centre of gravity, wacky sprints, and excellent dribbling. Despite being young, Doak has already played six times for Liverpool in the senior league. After signing a new deal at Anfield, the dynamic winger now appears ready for a promotion. Doak signed a long-term contract with better terms, according to a statement on Liverpool’s official website announcing the transaction.

Ben Doak was a key component of the Reds’ preseason lineup. He was also selected for their Europa League team. Doak is Liverpool’s top prospect for the second-tier competition in Europe. Liverpool plan’s to test some of their most promising young players.

Ben Doak, who has already received a cap for Scotland at the Under-21 level, might play a role in Thursday night’s opening match between Liverpool and LASK of Austria. Doak might also have a good chance to show that the moniker “Scottish Messi” is deserving in the Europa League and the domestic tournaments.

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