Partick snap up Reds' Mukendi

Partick Thistle have signed Liverpool youngster Henoc Mukendi on loan and he will remain at Firhill until at least January 1, 2014.

Last Updated: 19/07/13 at 16:09

Henoc Mukendi: Joins Partick on loan from Liverpool

Henoc Mukendi: Joins Partick on loan from Liverpool

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The 19-year-old has been part of the Liverpool Academy set-up since 2007 and has progressed through the youth ranks at Anfield.

The teenager, who can play as a striker or wide on the left, will be hoping to aid Partick's bid for top-flight survival as they prepare for a return to the Scottish Premier League this coming season.

The player's loan is subject to international clearance, but if granted in time he will be part of the squad for Saturday's friendly with Arbroath at Gayfield.

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