Liverpool to sign Ghanaian teen Jeremy Doku Featured
19 May

Liverpool to sign Ghanaian teen Jeremy Doku

The English Premier League heavyweights have expressed interest in signing the Belgian-born of Ghanaian descent, according to reports in UK
RSC Anderlecht young sensation Jeremy Doku has emerged as a top summer transfer target for Liverpool.
Liverpool have been handed a massive boost following the Coronavirus pandemic which is set to drop the value of the 17-year-old pacey attacker.
Doku's current transfer value is nine million euros according to
"You have talents like Aster Vranckx and Jeremy Doku, who are already a fixed value at their clubs," he told Voetbal Nieuws. 
"They will be cheaper due to the current situation in football."
Before the Belgian top-flight ended abruptly due the Coronavirus pandemic, he had netted three goals in 21 matches.
Doku's father recently revealed that the Anderlecht teenager previously turned down a move to Liverpool to further his career in Belgium.
He is eligible to represent Ghana at any level despite playing for the Belgium U15, U16, U17 and U21.
Black Stars head coach, Charles Kwablan Akonnor met the 17-year-old and other Ghanaian-born footballer plying trade in Belgium on his last tour in Europe.
The Ghana FA are reportedly holding talks with his parents for a nationality switch to play for the four-time Africa Cup of Nations Champions.
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