Inspired by Arsenal playing a wee boy, we've taken a look at every club's youngest Prem player, with plenty of cautionary tales for Nwaneri...
Ex-Liverpool defender Jose Enrique has suggested that Alisson, Harvey Elliott and Luis Diaz are the "only ones playing well" for Jurgen Klopp this season.
Liverpool legend John Barnes reckons "technical" midfielders like Harvey Elliott and Fabio Carvalho are costing Jurgen Klopp's side,
Harvey Elliott's emergence at Liverpool should not be taken for granted. Nor should Brighton. But McGinn and Vardy are in the oh dear pile.
“I’m hoping there are many more memories to come with it but I’m just so excited."
"Hopefully I can go out and prove again why I could be, and should be, starting in this team."
Man Utd don't need a striker if this, finally, is Anthony Martial's year. And Jurgen Klopp says he has a player 'like a new signing'...
"They underestimate the chance that a player who didn’t play his best season last year might play the best season this year."
Manchester United and Liverpool both contribute two kids to this list but top spot belongs to somebody really mint.
The Reds have already signed Fabio Carvalho, Darwin Nunez and Calvin Ramsay this summer...
Liverpool were reported to be interested in signing Saul Niguez before he joined Chelsea on loan, but Jurgen Klopp was having none of it.
“He was my favourite player to play with as a youngster, to be honest, at Fulham."
"To be able to say I’m going to be there as a player is a dream in itself. It is just going to be crazy."
Three-quarters of these lads hail from the green and pleasant land. The future is bright for England.
"He's the best possible man for the job, I can say, and the best possible person to be learning off."
"I got carried away and I'm nearly four times older than him, so it can happen."
The midfielder was holding a flare as Liverpool celebrated winning the Carabao Cup...
“He’s going to be a terrific player, but as I say, he’s done it before [Klopp]."
"You have someone really special here, maybe in terms of Mo Salah’s replacement, if that’s the position he plays in."
Harvey Elliott and Eberechi Eze might already have been capped were it not for injuries. But Jarrod Bowen must be next.
Harvey Elliott enjoyed an FA Cup 'fairytale' while Cristian Romero was equally impressive on his own return from injury...
Elliott scored his first goal for Liverpool during Sunday's FA Cup win over Cardiff.
Manchester United are obviously the biggest losers but Brendan Rodgers also gets a kicking.
The Mailbox hails the return of Harvey Elliott while assuming that everyone is thrilled for the teenager. Also: Man Utd's set-piece coach...
"He is a fearless boy and a great footballer... Iit is really nice. Getting the goal was a touching moment."
"He was out for a long time so we cannot rush it, but he looked directly like he could play!"
The 18-year-old has been sidelined since suffering a fracture dislocation at Leeds on September 12.
This should have been Harvey Elliott's season but that optimism has already gone and he is not alone.
Struijk will serve a three-match ban as a result after the appeal was dismissed by the FA.
Harvey Elliot will undergo surgery on Tuesday after he dislocated his ankle against Leeds United on Sunday...