Calvin Ramsay has no intention of being second best at Liverpool, and he is eager to show everyone what he can accomplish after his move from Aberdeen.
On Sunday morning, Liverpool announced the defender’s move in a £4 million agreement that may grow to £6.5 million if certain performance-related add-ons are reached. Ramsay, 18, rose through Aberdeen’s development systems before earning his first team debut last season.
Despite his youth, Ramsay appeared in 39 games last season, contributing nine assists and scoring a goal. His efforts not only garnered Liverpool’s notice, but also earned him the title of Young Player of the Year from the Scottish Football Writers’ Association.
With Trent Alexander-Arnold as Liverpool’s first choice right-back facing little competition, it’s hoped Ramsay can not just give further assistance but also push the England defender straight away.
And in his first interview with the club, the adolescent said as much, aiming to show his new coaches what he’s capable of.