Since his initial breakthrough into the Liverpool first-team squad, Wisdom has been highly praised across the league and with England struggling to find who’s the best fit at right-back, Wisdom could be the wise move for the future.
Scoring on one of his first team debut, Wisdom managed to work his way into the the Liverpool team and even played in some of the biggest games for the Reds including the traditional rivalry game against Manchester United, and the Merseyside derby.
Andre has represented England at all levels too and is current captain of the under 21’s wisdom broke into the under-21’s squad for their game with Israel and was part of the back four that went four successive games without conceding.
The praise heaped on him by team mates and managers shows there must be something in the youngster. Jamie Carragher spoke incredibly highly of the youngster: "When you are Andre’s age, you look after yourself. If you don’t do well when you get a chance as a young lad, you might not get another.
"But Andre has been excellent. He is a Liverpool player. He can pass the ball.”
And Kolo Toure said: “We work as a team. He’s a young player who is learning, and when you are learning you will definitely have some hard times, But I think he’s a great player. He’s learning very well. He is going to be one of the best defenders in the Premier League, I’m sure.”
The glowing reviews of the youngster aren’t the only insight into his bright future, despite his sending off in a recent England under-21’s game manager Gareth Southgate has backed the youngster to carry on as the captain despite missing four games.
Currently on loan till the end of the season at Derby, Wisdom has performed at a high level throughout and will surely be a star in the future.
Right-back has been a problem for England in recent year and with Glen Johnson looking the main candidate for the World Cup, but let's not forget this is the same Johnson that Wisdom kept out of the squad at points during last season.
Bringing Wisdom to the World Cup could be invaluable to the players growth, his days in the Under 21’s are limited and what better way to integrate him with the rest of the squad as training and participating in the build up to the world cup in Brazil.
And if his other first team debuts are anything to go by he might manage to score too.
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