Liverpool tie down one of their talented youngsters
Adam Lewis is one of the most sought-after jewels in Liverpool's youth ranks, as the club believes he can become one of the world's future stars.
At the age of 20, the Englishman became captain of the U-19s, which was then coached by Steven Gerrard, and progressed to the U-23s.
In addition, he made his debut with the first team on February 4, against Shrewsbury Town, in the FA Cup. Adam Lewis started, completed the 90 minutes and contributed to the victory (1-0).
The left-back, who has also proved himself as a winger, has renewed his long-term contract with Liverpool. The club made the official announcement on Monday, but did not give details of his new contract.