Ki-Jana Hoever spent two years with Liverpool and debuted for the first team aged just 16.
The Netherlands youth international joined the Reds from Ajax in September 2018 and quickly rose through the Academy ranks courtesy of his composed displays, predominantly at right-back.
Such was Hoever’s progress, he made his senior debut midway through his maiden season on Merseyside – the landmark appearance arriving 11 days before his 17th birthday.
Hoever was introduced as a sixth-minute substitute during the FA Cup third-round clash between Liverpool and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux in January 2019.
He went on to appear four times in total for the Reds, scoring one goal – a header against Milton Keynes Dons in the Carabao Cup – and collecting medals in the UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup the following season.
The defender departed Anfield in September 2020, agreeing a permanent move to Premier League side Wolves.