22/05/2022

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Liverpool and Chelsea ‘closely monitoring’ Grimsby Town youngsters Louis Boyd and Ben Grist

Liverpool and Chelsea ‘closely monitoring’ Grimsby City youngsters Louis Boyd and Ben Grist as League Two club experience £700k loss this year amid Covid-19 pandemic

  • Midfielder Boyd grew to become club’s youngest-at any time debutant and scorer this year
  • fifteen-year-previous netted towards Harrogate City in the EFL Trophy previous thirty day period
  • Grist, also a midfielder, was an unused substitute in the match at Blundell Park
  • Chelsea and Liverpool are reportedly amongst a quantity of intrigued clubs 

Liverpool and Chelsea ‘are amongst the top-flight groups closely monitoring Grimsby City potential clients Louis Boyd and Ben Grist.’

Midfielder Boyd grew to become the League Two club’s youngest-at any time debutant and goalscorer when he netted towards Harrogate City in the EFL Trophy on September eight. He was fifteen yrs and 324 times previous.

Grimsby supervisor Ian Holloway then handed Boyd his league debut with twenty minutes off the bench in the one- defeat at Walsall on September 12.

Grimsby Town youngsters Louis Boyd and Ben Grist 'are being monitored by Premier League giants Liverpool and Chelsea'

Grimsby City youngsters Louis Boyd and Ben Grist ‘are staying monitored by Leading League giants Liverpool and Chelsea’ 

Boyd is pictured coming on to become Grimsby's youngest-ever appearance maker in their EFL Trophy fixture with Harrogate Town. He would score shortly afterwards

Boyd is pictured coming on to develop into Grimsby’s youngest-at any time visual appeal maker in their EFL Trophy fixture with Harrogate City. He would rating shortly later on

Fellow midfielder Grist was an unused substitute in the course of that match with Harrogate at Blundell Park, which Grimsby received seven-6 on penalties following a 2-2 draw.

Each gamers are juggling their soccer with using their GCSEs but, according to The Athletic, they have caught the eye of a quantity of foremost Leading League groups.

They say Grimsby’s recent financial fears amid the Covid-19 pandemic – the club estimates a £700,000 loss this year – could power them to market two of their prized academy graduates.

Grimsby manager Ian Holloway on the sidelines during Saturday's goalless draw at Bolton

Grimsby supervisor Ian Holloway on the sidelines in the course of Saturday’s goalless draw at Bolton

Grimsby have only been ready to engage in 3 of their league fixtures so much this year subsequent a positive coronavirus test inside their squad that led to the closure of their teaching floor.

League Two games towards Cheltenham City and Bradford Metropolis – furthermore an EFL Trophy fixture at Hull Metropolis – have been postponed.

They returned to action on Saturday with a goalless draw at Bolton Wanderers.

The window for Leading League golf equipment to acquire gamers from the EFL stays open right up until Oct sixteen however any shift for the Grimsby duo is possible to be in January or future year. 

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