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How Much do Liverpool Youth Players Make: Conor Bradley, Jayden Danns and More Salaries

How Much do Liverpool Youth Players Make: Conor Bradley, Jayden Danns and More Salaries

Due to the unfortunate list of injuries, Jurgen Klopp forced to approach the Carabao Cup final against Chelsea with limited options available.

Inevitably, Liverpool‘s bench in a final featured five teenagers, in addition to another 21-year-old talent, Jarell Quansah.

It surely is a circumstantial complication for the manager, but for someone like Jarell Quansah, it’s a dream come true.

Speaking to Liverpool before the final, he said, “It’s going to be the best feeling. I’ve already had dreams about it, and sometimes when I think about it by myself, I get butterflies. I’m just so excited for it. It’s a great opportunity for us to try to win a trophy and do the best we can.”

Despite not receiving the starting opportunity, Jarell Quansah delivered a remarkable performance after being brought on from the bench.

Meanwhile, Conor Bradley, another 20-year-old who did start the match, also attracted attention. His post-match interview was just a testament of how much the opportunity and the silverware meant to him.

Speaking to Sky Sports after Liverpool’s historic 10th League Cup success, Bradley said, “I don’t think I can put it into words. I have supported this club since I was about five years old, so to win a trophy with them at Wembley is just special. Thankfully, I wasn’t on at the end because I don’t know if I could have kept my composure.”

Although Bradley was substituted off before the final whistle, by the time Virgil van Dijk’s 118th-minute header ended at the back of the net, a number of teenagers, namely Bobby Clark, Jayden Danns, and James McConnell, were on the pitch in the red shirt.

Liverpool became the first team since Arsenal in 2007 to feature three teenagers in a League Cup final, with Klopp trusting in his young troops as the final went to extra time. And deliver they did with their resilient performance.

So, let’s take a moment to highlight five of the young Carabao Cup heroes and the salaries they earn at Liverpool.

Conor Bradley

Conor Bradley’s weekly salary is approximately £10,000, with an annual payroll totaling £520,000 according to Spotrac. Notably, Bradley has chosen not to enlist the services of an agent, with his mother taking on the responsibility of ensuring that every decision made is in his best interests.

Jarell Quansah

Liverpool pay Jarell Quansah about £3,100 per week, totaling £161,200 per year, and his current contract expires on June 30, 2027. Jarell Quansah’s agent is CAA Base Ltd., a division of CAA Sports that represents professional footballers including Son Heung-min and James Maddison.

James McConnell

James McConnell’s potential salary is reportedly £2,100 per week, amounting to £109,200 per year. Similar to his senior counterpart Jarell Quansah, McConnell is also represented by CAA Base Ltd.

Bobby Clark

Bobby Clark earns a weekly salary of £860, totaling an annual income of £44,720.

Jayden Danns

Jayden Dann’s weekly wage of £220 and annual salary of £11,440 are poised to receive a significant boost. Danns is currently managed by the global sports agency Triple S Sports.