Liverpool have brought a 29-man squad to the U.S. and plucked a number of products from the Kirkby academy to see how they fare against elite opposition.
Here are five rookies to keep an eye out for when the Reds take on Manchester City in the International Champions Cup on Wednesday.
Steven Gerrard, Liverpool's Under-18s manager last season, loved coaching Jones and Jurgen Klopp will be thinking the same already. Jones is showing he can be a viable option for Liverpool's senior side this season, and his case may be strengthened further if Liverpool don't recruit another midfielder before the transfer deadline on Aug. 9.
For young players, preseason is all about making an impact in the rare outings they're handed. Liverpool-born Jones has grasped them with both hands and then some.
The 17-year-old does not look out of place at this level. Rather, he's thriving on it. The dynamic midfielder, who has mainly been operating in the No. 8 role, performs the simple tasks well but has the technical ability to actually make an impact in these games.
"I think I bring a lot when I'm on the ball and dribbling in the final third," the confident teenager said recently. That is certainly the case so far.
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