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24-06-2019 | 15:41 Football

Liverpool move for Nothern Irish teenager to be completed on July 9

Nothern Irish teenager Conor Bradley will officially become a Liverpool player on July 9 when he turns 16. The teenager - a quick, attacking player with an eye for goal - has previously played for Liverpool in youth tournaments, impressing coaches, teammates and scouts alike. He also captained the Northern Ireland U16 side which last year won the prestigious Victory Shield competition. "I can't wait to get over it's a great opportunity," Bradley told the Ulster Herald of his impending move to Merseyside. "But I know that the hard work is only starting. "I'll be part of the U18 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. " Liverpool is the club I support, so yeah, you could definitely say it's the dream for me. I can't wait to get started."

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