Liverpool boss makes personal check on non-league trialist

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Brendan Rodgers took a first-hand look at trialist Daniel Carr during Liverpool U21s draw with West Ham United yesterday (Monday).

The Northern Irishman watched the clash at the Kirkby Academy, with Suso (2) and Raheem Sterling scoring for the Reds in an entertaining 3-3 tie against the Hammers.

It was Carr’s first run-out in a Liverpool shirt, and the 18-year-old played 60 minutes for the hosts as the manager considers whether to make a permanent move for the player.

Carr is on trial from Dulwich Hamlet, having scored 23 goals in 23 appearances for the Ryman League Division One South outfit this season.

His form has alerted a number of clubs in both the Premier League and Championship, according to Sky Sports, with Chelsea amongst the teams linked with a move for the former Reading starlet.

It’s Liverpool who made the first move though, and the Anfield outfit will now have to consider their options during the reported one-week stay.

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