Paul Glatzel is a prolific striker who fired 28 goals for the U18s during 2018-19.
Born in Liverpool, he has dual heritage as both his parents are German.
Paul, who also plays for the club's U19s, has been with the Academy since U9 level and he can play as a No.9 or as a No.10 just off the front man.
He has represented Germany as an U15 and U16 player and also represented England at youth level.
A goal-filled 2018-19 season for Glatzel was marked by the signing of his first professional LFC contract and a debut at U23 level.
Glatzel ended 2018-19 lifting the FA Youth Cup after the Reds defeated Manchester City on penalties in the final - the striker netting the decisive spot-kick. He was also top scorer in the tournament for the Reds, netting eight goals.
Glatzel was sidelined after picking up a serious knee injury playing in the first-team friendly at Tranmere Rovers in July 2019.
After successfully undergoing surgery, he completed his rehabilitation at Melwood at the request of manager Jürgen Klopp and signed a new long-term contract in September that year.
Glatzel returned the following season with the U23s in Premier League 2 and then joined Tranmere Rovers on loan for 2021-22.
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