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Confirmed: Liverpool complete another signing


Liverpool have completed another signing by poaching young Elijah Dixon Bonner from Arsenal

Liverpool have made quite an impact in the transfer market by securing the services of the likes of Roberto Firmino, James Milner, Danny Ings, Nathaniel Clyne, Joe Gomez and Adam Bogdan in the transfer window so far but the club are not turning a blind eye to the future as well and the recent signing of Bobby Adekanye from Barcelona serves to epitomize this fact.

Now in another swoop for a potential star for the future, it can be confirmed that the Reds have completed the signing of youngster Elijah Dixon Bonner from Arsenal.


Dixon Bonner joins Liverpool

The 16-year old is an extremely talented young midfielder and Arsenal were keen on extending his contract at the club. However, Dixon Bonner decided against the move and has elected to join Liverpool instead.

The confirmation of Dixon Bonner’s signing for Liverpool was made through social media and the Reds will have to compensate Arsenal by paying their Premier League rivals a nominal fee.

Liverpool are currently going through a mass overhaul both at senior and youth levels and the signing of Dixon Bonner can be seen as a very good acquisition for the Reds with a view to the future.



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