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‘Let’s just calm down for a moment shall we’ – Liverpool’s emerging 20-year-old

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will be pleased to see the progress young midfielder Herbie Kane is making at Doncaster Rovers, where the 20-year-old has scored two goals and supplied four assists in 22 appearances for Grant McCann’s side.

Bristol born Kane is considered a real prospect and was nominated for the FIFA Golden Boy award alongside some of the best youngsters in world football.

So should Liverpool fans be getting excited about Kane?

We discuss…..

Alfie Burns

He’s one of many talented Liverpool players impressing in the EFL and the club’s future looks healthy.

However, the club have to start showing players like Kane a route to success at Anfield.

Liverpool haven’t been afraid to do it in the past, and you only hope this crop of players get their chance.

Gary Hutchinson

Let’s just calm down for a moment shall we.

This is a kid doing well in League One, but the Premier League is very different.

Ask Adam Armstrong for example.

There’s a long way to go with Kane, he’ll need Championship football before pulses are racing on Merseyside.

George Harbey

They really should.

Kane has quickly emerged as one of the better midfielders in League 1 and has shown his class for Doncaster on more than one occasion.

He could be very special in the future.

Jay Taylor

Jurgen Klopp is always keen to add young players to his side, and the fact they have Herbie Kane on their books is great news.

The midfielder has five goals for on-loan side Doncaster Rovers and has played in almost every game for the club this season, too.

He is showing real signs of progression and doing well now, a loan to a Championship club could be on the cards next before hopefully getting into the Liverpool side in a couple of years.

Kane is certainly one to look out for in the near future.


ScoopDragon Football News Network

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