Reds chief committed to developing more academy stars.
Liverpool chairman Tom Werner has spoken of his commitment to the club producing more academy stars such as Raheem Sterling and Jordan Ibe, the Daily Mirror reports.
The Reds have brought through some exciting young players this season, with Ibe the latest to be given a chance in the first-team under Brendan Rodgers, who has also quickly helped Sterling become one of the top attacking players in the Premier League.
Werner thinks this can continue, saying: “I think you know that we’ve made a significant investment in the Academy and I got a report from John and Mike Gordon (FSG).
“I know they met with Alex Inglethorpe (Academy Director) who I think is the right man to run the Academy.
“At Liverpool if you are a fine player you will get the opportunity to play.
“I think the most recent example of Jordon Ibe is a very positive one for people who are looking at what is happening at Liverpool’s Academy.”