Liverpool have officially confirmed three new signings for their youth academy as a trio of names appeared on the club’s website.
Jurgen Klopp is understood to be working on a tight budget this summer, meaning he needs to be astute with the money he has available.
The Reds have only added Greek left-back, Kostas Tsimikas, to their ranks, splashing £11.75m on the former Olympiakos man.
But now the Merseysiders have welcomed three new faces to their ranks.
According to Liverpool’s website, Fabian Mrozek, Mateusz Musialowski and Melkamu Frauendorf have all become members of the youth set up.
All three youngsters have been pictured in kit and added to the squad profiles section of the Liverpool website’s academy page.
Polish Goalkeeper, Mrozek, 16, has finally arrived after agreeing a deal from FC Wroclaw late last season.
He has been joined by fellow countryman and youth international, Musialowski, also 16, from SMS Lodz, who operates as a right-winger.
Meanwhile, Liverpool snapped up Germany youth international midfielder, Frauendorf, from Hoffenheim last month, but his arrival was yet to be formally announced.
The 16-year-old changed the biography on his Instagram page, but had not yet been unveiled by the club.