Teenager Conor Bradley will complete his switch from the Dungannon United Youth setup to Liverpool this summer.
According to the Ulster Herald, Bradley will officially join the Reds on July 9, when the Northern Irishman turns 16.
Having grown up as a boyhood Liverpool fan, Bradley will take a two-year scholarship with Jurgen Klopp’s side in order to complete his childhood dream.
The highly-rated attacker has been tracked by Liverpool for a couple of years after previously playing for the Reds in youth tournaments.
Described in the report as an attacker with ‘blinding pace, mesmerising skill and eye for goal’, he looks set to be a big asset to the Liverpool academy following their FA Youth Cup win last season.
Bradley has also been travelling back and forth to Merseyside for training and extended summer sessions, impressing the right people in the meantime.
He also captained the Northern Ireland U16 side last November which secured the Victory Shield, another achievement to add to this impressive and growing CV.
When speaking to Ulster Herald, the 15-year old spoke about how the hard work is only beginning as he hopes to emulate the likes of Trent Alexander-Arnold, who has come through the academy to play a big part in winning the Champions League for the Reds.
I can’t wait to get over it’s a great opportunity, but I know that the hard work is only starting. I’ll be part of the under-18 squad and the good thing is I know the coaches and I know most of the boys in the team.
I’m familiar with the surroundings and I’m staying with house parents who I stayed with when I was over before, they are really, really nice. I’m not too worried about settling in at all. I’m well used to it now.