Liverpool should keep a watch on a brilliant young player who visited Anfield this week with his international team in anticipation of a potential deal
The international break is the main topic of discussion since Liverpool won’t be playing throughout the upcoming week. This not only results in thrilling matches with a lot on the line in senior football, but also in young football.
The competition will take place in Malta between June and July of next year; the U19 European qualifiers are still to be decided.
Numerous countries are vying to earn a spot in the competition, including Hungary, which is now in Wales to compete against the Welsh age-group team as well as those of Gibraltar and Ireland in order to have a chance of traveling to Malta the next year.
The nation’s top U19 players have also visited Anfield during their qualification campaign, as shown by the Hungarian Football Association (MLSZ) on Twitter.
Due of the kids’ proximity to Liverpool, the club’s scouts may have had the chance to catch one of the country’s best talents during this visit. The Manchester City Group, Manchester City’s parent company, purchased Zalán Vancsa’s rights last season, and Krisztián Lisztes, a 17-year-old prospect, may be the next star trying to follow suit and break through this year.
Lisztes, who made his Ferencváros debut last season at the same age as his father, is following in the footsteps of his father, a footballer with the same name who played for Werder Bremen, Stuttgart, and won the Bundesliga.
Since then, the young player has appeared in seven games for Ferencváros’ feeder club Soroksár in Hungary’s second tier, contributing to five goals and averaging 0.84 goals and assists per 90. He also made his Europa League qualifying debut in a cameo against Shamrock Rovers.
The young midfielder has the dynamism and quickness to fit Liverpool’s style of play, and he has the tenacity to press and harass his opponents. Lisztes has excellent technical ability. He can also play on the wing and in midfield because to his versatility.
Currently, he is primarily employed as a winger in Hungary’s second division. He has shown promise, averaging a high number of dribbles (10.02 per 90), which places him among the top five dribblers in the league according to Wyscout.
But he is more than simply a dribbler; he is also inventive, ranking in the top ten for critical passes per 90 and projected assists per 90. (0.30).