Liverpool are reportedly interested in signing Club Brugge forward Charles de Ketelaere. 

The 20-year-old Belgian has come to the forefront of many clubs’ attention in recent weeks following a string of impressive performances

De Ketelaere netted a first international goal against Italy recently as the talented youngster continued to impress on the biggest stage. 

According to a report from Fichajes (via Daily Express), as cited by RumorsTransfersNews24/7 on Twitter, the Reds, along with a number of their rivals, have sat up and taken notice. 

The report claims that Liverpool have taken a closer look at the twice capped starlet ahead of a possible move in the future. 

This season De Ketelaere has scored four times and provided three assists in 10 Jupiler Pro League appearances. 


Valued at an ever-increasing £22.5million and under contract until 2024 in Belgium (Transfermarkt), signing the ace already looks to be an expensive proposition. 

An extremely versatile operator, De Kelelaere has played as a left-back, central midfielder, winger and as a centre-forward during a promising young career. 

Possessing similar attributes to Roberto Firmino such as holding on to possession, defensive contribution and key passing (WhoScored), the Belgian could be the ideal long-term replacement for the current Liverpool star. 

Should Liverpool Sign Charles de Ketelaere?