Sepp van den Berg was Liverpool’s most expensive recruit in the summer of 2019.
The Dutch centre-back arrived from FC Zwolle after rave reviews in the Eredivisie – but initially struggled to adapt to the pace of English football – even at U23 level.
He made appearances for the first-team in both the EFL Cup and the FA Cup, struggling apart from his last appearance v Shrewsbury at Anfield – in which he was superb.
That performance was a sign of things to come at U23 level too, thankfully, and on Friday night, the 18-year-old scored his first goal for Liverpool of any kind against Huddersfield.
The Reds won 3-0, with van den Berg notching from close-range – and Liam Millar and Joe Hardy also finding the back of the net.