U21s touch down in the United States ahead of tour, ex-Red to make debut against us

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Our Under 21s side has just touched down in Sacramento, California, ahead of their end-of-season tour in the United States.

According to the official site, they flew without first-team breakout players Cameron Brannagan, Connor Randall, and Kevin Stewart – though all three will join Michael Beale’s men over the weekend.

We will play two games – both against American third-tier side Sacramento Republic. The first will take place at their home ground, Bonney Field, on May 21st. The second will be played in Reno, Nevada on May 25th.

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The tour comes just a couple of days after it was confirmed our Academy forward Daniel Trickett-Smith completed a permanent transfer to Sacramento.

The 20-year-old attacking midfielder was out of contract this summer, and it’s widely thought he could make his debut against us on Saturday.

“I want to say a massive thank you to everyone at LFC – staff, players and especially the fans for the support over the years. Unbelievable fans,” he said.

“I’m happy to have signed for Sacramento Republic FC. I can’t wait to get over there and start playing.” (via Echo)

Liverpool U21s tour squad in full:

George, Vigouroux, Whelan, Jones, Brewitt, Maguire, Randall, Masterson, Hart, Brimmer, Stewart, Brannagan, Madger Gomes, Virtue, Phillips, Kane, Ejaria, Kent, Canos, Toni Gomes, Lennon.

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