Liverpool U18 defender Jarell Quansah is one of the young prospects currently dominating the talk among British talent hunters.
Quansah, 16, is an automatic starter for Liverpool in the U18 Premier League and is potent enough to play across various positions at the backline for Barry Lewtas’s YWNWA side.
The promising youngster has insatiable appetite for marshaling the back despite his tender age.
Liverpool lifted the 2019 Mercedes-Benz Junior Cup with Quansah playing an integral role in the march to success. His ability to add goals to his game makes him a complete player.
Talent hunters scaling the English football arena have devoted extra attention to defender who is blessed with great height and perfect body stature that meet the demands of his position.
Many have tipped to mount the podium of greatness at Anfield if he is able to keep his focus and manage his talent.
Quansah’s grandfather, Sam, is a former Ghana international and represented the Black Stars in the early years of the post independence era.
He is eligible to represent Ghana – country of his grandparents, England – where he was born or Scotland – country of one of his parents.
His elder brother Keenan Quansah is currently on the books of English lower-tier side Hyde United and was part of the development academies before signing at Warrington Town where he impressed earning a move as a full time pro at Accrington.
Jarell Quansah is among the numerous English-born Ghanaian talents harnessing their football talents across the United Kingdom.
By El Akyereko
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