Reds eye African trialists

Liverpool are understood to have offered trials to three of Ghana's brightest young talents, Sky Sports understands.

Ghana trio ready for Liverpool trial

Liverpool are understood to have offered trials to three of Ghana's brightest young talents, Sky Sports understands. Bright Gyenfi, James Akaminko and Nurudeen Amed are all due on Merseyside next month. The trio hail from Prampram Mighty Royals Football Club, who recently produced starlet Masahudu Alhassan and has just made the breakthrough at Serie A outfit Genoa. Gyenfi, 16, is a right-back, whilst 18-year-olds Amed and Akaminko are midfielders. The trio are set to arrive at Liverpool later in April, with the hope of impressing the Reds' youth coaches. Liverpool are understood to have been one of a number of Premier League clubs alerted to the teenagers, and they have been the first to make a move. Charles Amankwah of Asante Kotoko is also believed to be of interest to Liverpool and could also join his fellow countrymen for a trial stint in England.

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