Adam Lewis, a Liverpool youth, has signed a loan agreement with Livingston.

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Adam Lewis, a Liverpool youth, has signed a loan agreement with Livingston.

Adam Lewis, an England Under-20 international, has joined Livingston on a season-long loan from Liverpool.

Last season, the versatile left-back had 20 games on loan with both Amiens of the French second level and Plymouth of the Sky Bet League One.

The 21-year-old has been a part of the Liverpool youth system since he was six years old, and he led the under-18s under Steven Gerrard. At four separate age categories, he has represented England.

Lewis has only played once for Liverpool, in an FA Cup win over Shrewsbury Town in February 2020.

“I am pleased to bring a player of Adam’s caliber into the club,” Livi manager David Martindale stated.

“I’ve had nothing but positive feelings about the lad since the first phone contact that lead to me investigating him. I really like what I have seen from the footage and the opinions I have had back on the player have all been very good.

“Adam can play everywhere on the left side, but he has a lot of experience at left-back. I think with the qualities he possesses, we will see him higher up the park influencing the game in the opponent’s half.

“He has a fantastic left foot and can keep the ball under control in tight situations. He is a fierce competitor with a strong desire to succeed, and he fits in perfectly with the club’s culture.

“He’s taking a tremendous risk by relocating his young family to Scotland, which says a lot about the lad. I am confident that we will be a fantastic match for each other.

“It’s amazing to be trusted with players of this caliber from one of the world’s most prestigious football teams, and perhaps this will lead to more Liverpool FC prospects joining Livingston FC.

“It’s a win-win situation for all parties because we acquire a player who would otherwise be off our radar financially, and the player gets some much-needed game experience in a very competitive league to advance and better their development.”

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