Insane Video Of Liverpool New Boy Calvin Ramsay Performing Skills Aged 12 Has Gone Viral
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Liverpool new boy Calvin Ramsay is a defender by trade but he also has some incredible skills in his locker.
The Reds have signed the 18-year-old from Aberdeen in a £4.2 million deal, with the Scotland Under 21 international penning a five-year contract with the Merseysiders.
And after Liverpool announced him as their third signing of the summer, a video of a 12-year-old Ramsay doing his thing has gone viral.
During his time as an Aberdeen’s U13s player, Ramsay put his skills to the absolute test in a setting that looked a lot like something you'd see in 'Wayne Rooney's Street Striker'.
He wasn't wearing flared jeans and Total 90's but Ramsay absolutely smashed it. He started off kicking the ball against a ramp and touched it perfectly before flicking it onto his neck and balancing it with ease.
Ramsay then busted a ridiculous rainbow flick over the apparatus and demonstrated some lightning quick feet around cones.
A one-two with the wall to get around the bin and immediately into a seating position for kick-ups followed and the stunning sequence was completed with a rabona finish into the net.
All that was missing was Andy Ansah to come in and hit his "Unbelievable tekkers" catchphrase.
Ramsay made his debut for Aberdeen in March 2020 and then had a breakthrough season in 2021/22, where he played 33 times and registered nine assists on the way to winning the SFWA Young Player of the Year.
He's now completed a dream move to Liverpool and his highlights would suggest he's a strong back-up option for Trent Alexander-Arnold.
Ramsay has that creative nous from right-back and has told the official Liverpool website exactly what type of player fans should expect.
"So obviously I’m a right-back, pretty attacking, I like to attack," he said.
"I’m OK defensively as well but my main attribute is attacking – I can put good crosses in, I like to get shots away, both feet, cutting inside, going down the line, linking up with my winger.
“But just mainly I like to work hard, work hard for the team, put in a shift. I’ll try to do my best for the club and I’m looking forward to it.”