Liverpool forward Liam Millar has joined Swiss side, FC Basel on a permanent transfer according to reports. The 21-year-old joined Liverpool's Academy back in 2016. He progressed from the U18s and U19s to become the captain of the U23s team.
According to Liverpool FC, Millar made his senior debut for the Reds in 2020 when they secured a win against Shrewsbury Town in the FA Cup at Anfield. Earlier, the striker gained experience after being sent on two loan spells in Scotland, playing for Kilmarnock in the 2018-19 and 2019-20 season.
In first half of 2020/21 season, the Canadian international featured on Barry Lewtas’ U23s squad and later sent to Charlton Athletic on loan for the remainder of the season. The striker made 27 appearances for the League One club and scored three goals. He also provided six assists as his team narrowly missed out on a place in the play-offs.
Liverpool officially confirmed his move to Basel on their website, where his career will now continue. Basel finished second in the Swiss Super League last season. This will enable them to be involved in the UEFA Conference League second qualifying round.
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