Liverpool want Dutch debut hat-trick wonderkid

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Liverpool are reportedly interested in signing Dutch wonderkid Jurgen Locadia.

A report from claims Anfield boss Brendan Rodgers has got his eye on the 18-year-old, who has dazzled Dutch fans since making his debut for PSV Eindhoven, scoring a sensational hat-trick.

Liverpool have endured a tough start to the season under Rodgers and have been struggling to consistently find the net while consistently making mistakes in defence.

Locadia could be seen as an answer to the Merseyside club’s problems in the attacking department, as he has already scored four goals in four senior appearances so far this season.

However, he has only just broken into the PSV first team and his lack of experience at senior level, never mind in the Premier League, would make it a major risk to sign him as anything other than a future prospect.

In Locadia’s brief senior career he has shown intelligent movement up front and a calm head in front of goal.

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