Liverpool left-back Adam Lewis could switch from his natural position during a loan spell in the cinch Premiership with Livingston (DR).

The Liverpool talent is highly-rated by the Premier League club and former youth coach Steven Gerrard said he hadn’t ‘seen anyone as good as him at that age’ during Lewis’ U18s days. He spent the first half of last season on loan in France with Amiens.

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The youngster is with Livingston. (Photo by John Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images)

Lewis then returned to England to play with Plymouth Argyle. Aged 21, Lewis travels to West Lothian for more senior experience, competing with James Penrice for the left-back spot. But there could be a new position for the Liverpool youngster to compete for.

Livingston manager David Martindale has ‘hinted’ that Lewis could be deployed further up the park, impressed by his attacking abilities in friendly matches ahead of Saturday’s Premier Sports Cup match against Brechin City. His position change would likely see Lewis move from left-back to left-midfield.

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