Liverpool have now announced their third signing. After Darwin Nunez of Benfica and Fabio Carvalho from Fulham, the English side have bought Scottish right-back Calvin Ramsay from Aberdeen. He went through the club’s academy.
The 18-year-old defender has signed a long-term contract, until June 30, 2027. He is a player for the future and Liverpool did not hesitate by signing the young Scot.
Over the past three seasons, Ramsay had some playing time at Aberdeen, for whom he made 39 competitive appearances. He has marked on one occasion and gave four assists.
Without a shadow of a doubt, his the best campaign was the most recent when he played a total of 2295 minutes in 33 games, including 27 as a starter. Additionally, he starred in six Conference League qualifierss and started all of them.
Ramsay’s move to Liverpool has become the Scottish club’s most expensive sale in history, beating the three million pounds Nottingham Forest paid Aberdeen in 2020 for Scott McKenna.
The English club would have paid Aberdeen £4.2 million plus around 2.5 million variables for the youngster who played for Scotland at Level Under 16, Under 17 and Under 21.