Jurgen Klopp is doing a good job utilizing his young talent at Liverpool, and it’s helped the team immensely in all competitions. With so many young talents both on the first-team roster and in development for the Under- squads, he has decided to lock up two very promising talents.
Randall, an 20-year-old right-back, made his debut with the Liverpool first-team in their League Cup win over AFC Bournemouth and got his first-ever start for the club in their 6-1 drubbing of Southampton in the League Cup last week.
The young back said in an interview that he hopes to improve under the Liverpool coaches.
‘I’m obviously made up to sign a new deal, giving me the chance to stay here for longer, keep working, looking to improve under the manager,’ Randall said.
Fulton, an 18-year-old goalkeeper, plays primarily for the Liverpool Under-21 side. According to his LiverpoolFC.com profile, Fulton has been called up for the first-team squad’s 2015 tour to Bangkok, Brisbane, Adelaide and Malaysia.
Like Randall, Fulton expressed his happiess and excitement with the new job security at his club.
‘I’m absolutely buzzing and it’s great to have a bit more security and stay at a club like this and I will try to kick on from here now,’ Fulton said.
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