Jamie Carragher sends Liverpool FC transfer advice to Bobby Duncan
Liverpool FC legend Jamie Carragher offers some direct advice to Reds starlet Bobby Duncan
Jamie Carragher has urged 18-year-old Bobby Duncan to be patient at Liverpool FC.
Duncan, who is the cousin of Liverpool FC legend Steven Gerrard, has been linked with a potential exit at the Champions League holders in the summer transfer window.
A report in the Liverpool Echo earlier this week suggested Duncan had been denied a potential move to Serie A side Fiorentina despite a lack of first-team opportunities at Anfield.
Although Duncan featured during Liverpool FC’s pre-season tour of the United States, the former Manchester City starlet is still waiting to make his competitive debut.
His agent Saif Rubie released a statement on Wednesday that called into question Liverpool FC’s handling of Duncan, especially targeting sporting director Michael Edwards.
However, former Liverpool FC defender Carragher had some blunt advice for Duncan and his advisors.
Carragher wrote on Twitter: “I know Bobby and his family well. He’s young and at that age we all want everything right now.
“Played for the first team in pre season which is a great start and he should try and develop this season and maybe make the bench in Carabao Cup. That should be the advice you’re giving him you 🤡”
The Liverpool FC teenager moved to the 18-time English champions in a £200,000 deal from Manchester City in August 2018.
Duncan made an immediate contribution to the Liverpool FC youth teams following his arrival at the Merseyside club.
The 18-year-old was part of the Reds team that beat his former club Manchester City in the Youth Cup final last term.
The Whiston-born forward was top scorer for the U18s during the 2018-19 campaign, netting 32 goals in all competitions.