This shouldn’t happen!!! Liverpool reportedly register interest in signing 21-year-old Aston villa star who Emery love so much

Liverpool are reportedly admirers of Aston Villa midfielder Jacob Ramsey, though the Reds are already aware that a deal to sign the 21-year-old could be near-impossible.

According to Goal, the England youth international is on Liverpool’s radar this summer as the Anfield side look to improve their midfield options. However, Ramsey could be one of the hardest targets to acquire this window due to his age and role for Villa.

Unai Emery is also a big fan of the youngster and has trusted Ramsey in the starting XI since his arrival, and with Villa back in Europe next season, the midfielder could become an invaluable member of the Villians’ squad for the Spanish manager.

With the versatile youngster also scoring six goals and bagging eight assists in all competitions for Villa, Liverpool could be well out of their depth in any attempt to sign Ramsey this summer, who might not even be keen on a move to Anfield given how exciting times now are at Villa Park.

Indeed, Liverpool being interested in Ramsey is perhaps no real surprise given how good the midfielder is and how far his development has come this season. Yet with Villa set for their first European adventure in over a decade, it makes sense why a deal could be impossible this summer.

Ramsey’s development over the last two seasons has been nothing short of incredible, with Steven Gerrard putting the midfielder on a pedestal whilst Emery has taken the youngster’s game to impressive new heights that seemingly know no bounds. And for Liverpool, keeping their interest in the 21-year-old should be a must.

Whilst signing Ramsey will be near-impossible, things can change in the future depending on Villa’s fortunes or the midfielder’s relationship with the club and the coaching staff. And for Liverpool, remaining silently in the hunt could lead to a potential deal in the years to come.


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