Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has been watching his squad go through the motions again, after the memorable triumph in the Champions League last month.
The Reds are looking forward to another season of potential glory and even though Klopp has not made any significant new signings just yet, the Liverpool boss knows there is enough talent at his disposal.
Young attacker Paul Glatzel happens to be one of the players whom the Reds manager will be taking a good look at as he puts together his squad for the upcoming campaign.
The 18-year-old played in the pre-season friendly against Tranmere Rovers last week, and even though he was forced off the pitch by an injury to his knee, it was not all bad news for the youngster.
Glatzel appears to have left a great impression on his manager, Klopp, who has admitted that the teenager is likely to be part of his senior squad when he returns from injury after his eye-catching display.
“Unfortunately Paul Glatzel got seriously injured, which is a shame. He is a wonderful kid, a wonderful player, unbelievable.” Klopp told the club’s official website
“The week we saw him [at Melwood] helped already, so when he is back he will be one of my boys because I really like what I saw.”