Liverpool target triple transfer deal

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Liverpool have offered three of Ghanian football's most highly-rated young prospects the opportunity to have a trial with the club, it has been claimed.

According to, teenage trio Bright Gyenfi, James Akaminko and Nurudeen Amed will all travel to Merseyside next month having impressed for current employers Prampram Mighty Royals Football Club.

Liverpool coaches will run the rule over the youngsters at the end of April and, should the trial prove successful, they could be offered to the chance to join the famous Anfield ranks.

Amed and Akaminko are both aged 18 and operate as midfielders, while 16-year-old Gyenfi predominantly plays on the right side of defence.

Several Premier League clubs are believed to be keen on the teenagers, but Liverpool appear to have been the first side to register their interest in a formal capacity.

Asante Kotoko youngster Charles Amankwah is also reportedly on the Liverpool radar, and may yet be afford the same opportunity as his compatriots.

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