Liverpool have accepted their punishment of an academy transfer ban after the club illegally approached a 12-year-old Stoke player, the Liverpool Echo have reported. "The Premier League will make no further comment on this matter".
The 2016/17 Premier League season has been a good one for Liverpool's academy graduates, with Ben Woodburn, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Ovie Erjaria making their Premier League debuts.
The Premier League said it rejected Liverpool's application to register the player in question, with Liverpool and Stoke having reached an agreement on compensation.
Liverpool made an application to register the Stoke player, with compensation between the two clubs agreed, a year ago but the application was rejected by the Premier League Board.
"Liverpool have cooperated with the Premier League's inquiries in a timely and thorough manner and admitted the rule breaches asserted against them".
The Premier League club won't be able to sign any academy players who have been registered with a Premier League or Football League team in the last 18 months.
The ex-Southampton attacker has been widely regarded as Liverpool's player of the season, scoring 13 goals in 29 appearances across all competitions. League rules strictly prohibit the offer of any inducements to encourage a move.
The Reds have signed Raheem Sterling and Jordon Ibe - whom they have since sold for a combined £65 million - and highly-rated prospects Ovie Ejaria, Sheyi Ojo and Rhian Brewster from other English clubs in the past few seasons.
The boy's parents pulled out of a deal with the Anfield club as a effect and complained to the Premier League amid an allegation they have been left liable for thousands of pounds of school fees.
Lovely build-up play involving Glen Johnson freed Shaqiri on the right side of the penalty area and his chipped cross gave Walters a simple close-range headed finish for his seventh Premier League goal against Liverpool. He can not sign for another club until Stoke receive £49,000 in compensation.
There are "a thousand reasons to make China-U.S. relationship work, no reason to break it", Xi told Trump, the agency reported . Secretary of Defense James Mattis and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will also attend the meetings.
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Pentagon says North Korea's missile test flamed out
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