Aberdeen's Calvin Ramsay talks about Liverpool's interest in him

Aberdeen's 18-year-old right-back, Calvin Ramsay, has recently responded to rumours linking him away from the Scottish club.

Speaking to the Press and Journal, as cited by Anfield Watch Academy's Twitter account, Ramsay addressed the rumours linking him with a move away from Aberdeen but said at the moment he is focused on ending this season on a high with The Dons.

“There has been quite a few clubs linked with me, in January as well," said Ramsay. "But, for me, I’m still an Aberdeen player. I’ve still got to focus on the four games left this season and keep putting in good performances.

“In the summer, we’ll see where it takes me. I’m still an Aberdeen player, still young and still learning the game. I still have a lot to learn defensively and can always improve.

“It’s good being linked with those clubs but I’ve just tried to block it out really. You can’t get caught up in all of that. That’s the worst thing, especially as a young player.


“I’ve just broken into the first team this season, so I’m trying to block it out and keep playing my game. The rest will take care of itself.”

Anfield Watch Report

The one position that Liverpool are in need of strengthening is right-back. We don't need a world-class one as we already have Trent Alexander-Arnold but we need a competent backup for the Scouser.

Neco Williams seemed like the player to do that but he seems to be pushing for a move away and his loan move at Fulham has proved he is good enough to be playing first-team football.

With Calvin Ramsay only being 18-years-old, he could come in and learn from Trent, whilst also being good enough to play in the cup competitions and also be a regular substitute for the England international.

With Ben Doak recently signing and also having Scotland's captain Andy Robertson, it seems like Liverpool are going to be one of the favourites to bring the Scottish teenager to Anfield this summer.

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