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February 22, 2023

Up-and-coming sensation Stefan Bajcetic had the potential to make a ᴅʀᴀᴍᴀᴛɪᴄ switch to Liverpool’s biggest ʀɪᴠᴀʟ, Manchester United, prior to making his transfer to Anfield. Nevertheless, he decided to sign with Liverpool instead.

It is believed that Bajcetic will make his first start in the Champions League tomorrow against Real Madrid because he has established himself as an important player for Jürgen Klopp since the beginning of the 2023 season.

It has been said that Luis de la Fuente is contemplating a move to Serbia, and as a result, there has been talk about the possibility that he may be called up to the senior squad for La Roja in 2023. As a consequence of this, the youngster, who will be 18 years old in 2023, is anticipated to be fast rushed into the senior squad.

The fact that Bajcetic’s father was a player for Celta Vigo, the club through whom the young player proceeded through the youth system before going on to Liverpool in 2022, makes him eligible to play for Serbia. Bajcetic will make his international debut for Serbia in 2022.

Despite this, Bajcetic Sr. has ʀᴇᴠᴇᴀʟᴇᴅ that things could have gone in a different direction, particularly after United made an offer for his son, which pushed Liverpool to reassess their position. Bajcetic Sr. believes that this could have led to a different outcome.

Scouts from Liverpool took notice of him and inquired with us about the possibility of signing him. Despite this, Stefan was still a young boy; in fact, he hadn’t even turned 16 at this point. It was reported in an interview that he gave to El Mundo that he was unable to leave the country.

We were notified by Liverpool that they were unable to complete the transaction, but then we received a call from United who informed us that they could. After they were made aware of this information, Liverpool contacted us once more regarding the possibility of signing him.

Bajcetic broke the record formerly held by Liverpool’s club for the youngest player to ever appear for the club in the Champions League with a cameo appearance earlier this season against Ajax. This season is not over yet, and he may still make history by being Liverpool’s youngest player to score a goal in a European competition. With his brief stint, Bajcetic established a new record.