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After his great performance for England, Harvey Elliot's new value that excites Klopp

Harvey Elliot is one of Liverpool's most promising players

By Sergio Moya

Harvey Elliot is one of Liverpool's most promising players
Harvey Elliot is one of Liverpool's most promising players
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One of the main priorities for Jürgen Klopp in the new project he is developing with Liverpool is to develop the young talent of our club, and throughout his time at Anfield several players with enormous potential have emerged and have excited the fans. One of them is Harvey Elliot, a 20-year-old attacking midfielder who has shown great qualities.


Elliot is one of Klopp's favorite young players, as he believes that the young Englishman can be one of the best players in the team in the coming years and that is why, as is the case with Fabio Carvalho, he has no intention of selling him to another club, despite the fact that there are several teams that may be interested in Harvey.

Harvey Elliot's talent does not go unnoticed in English football, as he is a constant member of the England U-21 team, and is one of the players with the best prospects for the future. He is currently concentrated with the English team and today had activity in the U-21 Euro where England defeated Israel 2-0.

Elliot has been adding good performances with the English team and every time he has an opportunity in Liverpool he takes it, which has caused his market value to rise to reach what, so far, is his highest price so far in his short career. This only confirms Jürgen Klopp's intentions of wanting to keep him at Anfield and develop his potential, as we could be talking about one of the great stars of our team in the coming years.


The new value of Harvey Elliot

After having good participations with the England U-21 team, the Transfermarkt portal has updated the value of Harvey Elliot and now has him valued at 35 million euros, which is more than what Jordan Henderson and Thiago Alcantara together are worth today.