Toronto forward Jahkeele Marshall-Rutty is set to train with Liverpool Football Club, according to journalist Tom Bogert.
Bogert recently took to Twitter to state that plenty of clubs are interested in the 17-year-old.
However, Bogert further added that he will now make his way to the AXA Training Centre to work with the Reds.
Jahkeele Marshall-Rutty a huge talent, named to The Guardian's annual Next Generation list.
No Euro passport so if an offer is accepted, it would be pre-arranged for when he turns 18, just like Jonathan Gomez's move to Real Sociedad or Caden Clark to RB Leipzig, both this winter
— Tom Bogert (@tombogert) December 14, 2021
ANFIELD WATCH VERDICT
Marshall-Rutty is a talented player. The winger has made 13 appearances for Toronto's first-team, which is a fair effort for a 17-year-old.
Footage of Marshall-Rutty highlights that he possesses end product and flair. Therefore, we are delighted to hear that the youngster will be training with Liverpool.
Marshall-Rutty clearly has a bright future, which is why a number of clubs are reportedly interested in him.
Hopefully Liverpool sign the youngster in the near future. But, only time will tell where the forward's long-term future lies.