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According to Ryan Babel, Liverpool has a young player, 21, who will soon start to really shine.



When necessary, boss Jurgen Klopp has always been willing to reach into the academy. But even for Klopp, this year has been extraordinary.

There have been several other innovations, but Conor Bradley and Jarell Quansah in particular have really stepped up.

However, Ryan Babel, a former winger for Liverpool, claims that there is another young talent at the team who may have gone unnoticed.

On Saturday, Babel was playing in the LFC Legends charity match. After playing half a half for Ajax and Liverpool, the 37-year-old probably still feels it in his legs.

Still, Babel made time this week to speak with the Liverpool Echo and share his opinions about the current group of Dutch players that play at Anfield.

Babel congratulated Virgil van Dijk and encouraged Cody Gakpo to succeed at Liverpool before offering encouragement to Ryan Gravenberch.

“Seeing Gravenberch join last summer made me very happy and pleased,” the former Netherlands international remarked.

He said, “I believe he needs some time to settle.” “But once he does, Liverpool will have a valuable asset in him, in my opinion. We’ll all be able to see his talent soon.

Hopefully, Gravenberch lives up to his namesake now that he is well and prepared to take on the remaining games of the season.

Since suffering an injury at the Carabao Cup final, Gravenberch has missed more than a month of Liverpool games.

Though the 21-year-old resumed training right before the international break, he should be prepared to play this weekend.

There may have been a midfield vacancy for the Reds as a result of other players leaving for international action. It’s time for Gravenberch to take it seriously and disprove people like Babel.

As of right now, opinions on the former Ajax player are still divided.Without a doubt, there is a phenomenal player there, but we need to start noticing it a bit more frequently than we currently do.

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