Jarell Quansah is a new player whose name has just emerged in the footballing world. The youngster has successfully impressed club manager, Jurgen Klopp and made it on the team’s roster.
Liverpool is currently a strong contender in the Premier League the club faced a draw in its first game against Chelsea but it has been on a winning streak since then. It seems like Liverpool’s streak could be broken today as its main centre-back, Virgil Van Dijk will be missing from the pitch.
Jarell Quansah, 20 made his debut replacing Van Dijk
Jarell Quansah has made two appearances for Liverpool but he is yet to have a place in the starting eleven. The player will get to do so in the match against Wolverhampton Wanderers. The youngster made his debut for the team on 27 August 2023 when he came on the pitch in the 77th minute replacing Joel Matip. He also replaced Trent Alexander Arnold in Liverpool’s match against Aston Villa.
In the match against Newcastle United, Virgil Van Dijk committed a foul on Alexander Isak earning himself a red card. The player is now currently on a two-game ban and will be missing from the pitch in Liverpool’s match against Wolves. Jarell Quansah will be replacing Van Dijk in the match. The player has only appeared in two games but that was enough to impress Jurgen Klopp and the manager has trusted him with this responsibility.
Former Liverpool defender reacts to Quansah debut
Though the youngster did not have a lot of game time it was enough for him to get praises from Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher. The veteran defender posted a tweet on his official account wishing Jarell well. He also said he has been watching Quansah train at the academy since the player was 7 years old.
Jamie Carragher is not the only player who appreciated Quansah. His former club’s manager, Joey Barton also talked about the youngster’s potential. “He’s going to get bigger, he’s going to get stronger, he’s going to get faster. His anticipation of the game is going to be better because more senior games get you that.”, he said.
Jarell Quansah replaced Trent Alexander Arnold after the right-back got injured in the game against Aston Villa. Trent is also impressed by him and called the player phenomenal “Jarell Quansah, absolutely phenomenal in his first game for us, coming on in an atmosphere and an environment like this is extraordinary,”
Klopp has put his faith in Jarell and all that is left to see is if the player will fulfil his manager’s expectations.