Sport Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp's latest show of faith in Northern Ireland teen Conor Bradley
Klopp warns of triple AC Milan threat, as point made about unparalleled Liverpool CL group
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has warned of three key AC Milan threats and spoke of an unprecedented Champions League group for his sideThe two sides clash on Wednesday in their first Group B clash of the season. Furthermore, each club comes into the match off impressive form. Liverpool have earned 10 points from four league games, Milan nine from nine.
Co Tyrone youngster Conor Bradley has been training with Liverpool's first-team ahead of Wednesday's Champions League clash with AC Milan.
The Reds take on the Serie A giants at Anfield in their first group game of this season's competition.
Bradley - who made his competitive debut for Northern Ireland against Switzerland last week - was brought into Jurgen Klopp's squad as they prepare for the visit of Milan.
The 18-year-old joined the likes of Mo Salah, Virgil van Dijk and Sadio Mane in another show of faith from Liverpool boss Klopp.
The Liverpool Echo reported: "Klopp is never afraid to give young players an opportunity to play for the first team, and there’s a chance that could happen against Milan.
"Kaide Gordon and Conor Bradley took part in first-team training on Tuesday, and could be involved in the matchday squad to face Milan.
"While the chances of either of the pair featuring against Milan are slim, the fact that Klopp wants them around the group shows the trust that is being placed in the young talents."
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