Liverpool have completed the signing of a two and a half year deal for talented playmaker Yan Dhanda, according to reports.
The talented youngster has put pen to paper on his first professional contract after turning 17 on Monday by committing his future to the Reds till 2018.
The youngster could become the first player of an Indian Heritage to play for the Anfield based club first team if he progresses through the ranks successfully.
The Reds signed Dhanda from fellow Premier League side West Bromwich Albion for £200,000 in 2013. Dhanda has represented England in the Under-16 and Under-17 level and he is tipped for bigger things in the future.
The Liverpool squad of this season shows that the club is building for the future, with the first team made up of mostly young, up and coming stars in parade; Philippe Coutinho, Firminho, Jordan Ibe, Nathaniel Clyne, Jordi Gomes, Christian Benteke, Divorg Origi, Alberto Moreno all below 25 years of age and are already first team players; so Dhanda should be hopeful of breaking into the first team of Liverpool; and with Jürgen Klopp in the helm of affairs, his talent should be good enough to bring him to the spot light at Anfield.