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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Ajax's Kasper Dolberg is 'fantastic' and has a 'great future' - Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has hailed the potential of Ajax's Kasper Dolberg, stating that the teenage striker has a "great future" ahead of him.

Dolberg, 19, has reportedly attracted plenty of interest from the Premier League, with Manchester City, Chelsea and Everton having all been linked with a move for the youngster.

Dolberg has scored 10 goals in the Eredivisie this season and Klopp says he is a big fan of the Ajax man.

"Who doesn't know Kasper Dolberg? You can't play at Ajax without being noticed," Klopp told Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet. "Kasper Dolberg has a very great future. He is a fantastic player.

"I love Danish players. I had Leon Andreasen at Mainz, he was a monster. I also have fond memories of Bo Svensson. And Mohamed Zidan -- he is probably half Danish, because his wife is Danish. But it's not that they are Danes, it is all about their qualities."

Klopp also told Ekstra Bladet that he once looked into signing Tottenham Hotspur's Denmark international Christian Eriksen during his time managing Borussia Dortmund. 

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