Harvey Elliott: Liverpool and Fulham set for Tuesday tribunal over charge for midfielder
Liverpool signed Harvey Elliott as a 16-year-old in 2019 but could not agree a fee with Fulham; the Premier League champions are reported to have actually used around ₤ 750,000 in payment, while Fulham are seeking around ₤ 8m.
Liverpool will find out the fee they will have to pay Fulham for midfielder Harvey Elliott when a tribunal occurs on Tuesday.
Liverpool signed Elliott as a 16-year-old in the summer of 2019 but the two clubs might not agree on a payment charge and the transfer has had actually to be referred to a tribunal.
A tribunal is in some cases required to identify a charge when gamer who is under 24 has actually moved between clubs at the end of his agreement, and the 2 sides are unable to settle on compensation.
The Premier League champions are reported to have actually used around ₤ 750,000 for Elliott, while Fulham are seeking around ₤ 8m for the highly-rated winger.
Elliott is presently on a season-long loan at Champion club Blackburn Rovers, where has actually scored 4 goals and offered 8 assists in 22 appearances.
He has likewise made 9 appearances for Liverpool since joining the club and holds the record for being the youngest ever Premier League gamer, having made his launching for Fulham in 2019 at simply 16 years and 1 month old.