Liverpool FC complete deal to sign promising 20-year-old from Chelsea FC
Liverpool FC have signed Isaac Christie-Davies from Chelsea
Liverpool FC have completed a deal to sign Isaac Christie-Davies from Chelsea FC on a free transfer.
The 20-year-old has put pen to paper on a deal with the Merseyside outfit as the 20-year-old looks to reboot his Premier League career.
Christie-Davies was initially considered to be one of the most promising talents in Chelsea FC’s youth academy.
However, the midfielder struggled to break into the Chelsea FC team and it became clear that is future was bleak at Stamford Bridge.
Christie-Davies has followed in the footsteps of Dominic Solanke after he completed a free transfer to the Anfield side on Monday.
The new Liverpool FC signing has also signed up for the Common Goal initiative, which was launched by Juan Mata last year.
As a result, Christie-Davies will donate one per cent of his wage to the charity throughout the length of his Liverpool FC contract.
Speaking about his decision to make the charitable commitment, Christie-Davies said:
“I have joined Common Goal because I think it’s a great initiative. It’s an honour to join and play a part in using football to make positive change in the world,” Christie-Davies to the charity.
“As footballers we have a big responsibility because we are in a very privileged position. We can use this position to make a positive change by helping others that are less fortunate than us. Football can be a positive tool in addressing inequality and discrimination.
“So far I have spent my football journey at Brighton and then from the age of 11, I was at Chelsea. Both played an important role in my development and I am grateful to them.
“I am really excited about signing for Liverpool and it’s a real honour to join such a big club. I hope to be the best player I can be for the club and for the fans.
“I would love to be remembered for being a top football player. I also want to be remembered for using the platform I’ve been given to promote social justice and tackle inequality and discrimination.”
Liverpool FC signed Solanke in a free transfer from Chelsea FC last summer to improve Jurgen Klopp’s attacking options.
The Reds finished in fourth place in the Premier League table for the second successive season last term.