Liverpool starlet Adam Lewis is the Pilgrims’ first signing of the January transfer window.
The 21-year-old wing-back, who is capped for England at under-20 level, joins the Pilgrims on-loan until the end of the season.
A product of the Liverpool academy, Lewis is highly regarded behind the scenes at Anfield, and boasts Liverpool icon, and current Rangers manager, Steven Gerrard, as one of his high-profile admirers.
Gerrard spent a spell as Adam's coach in the youth set-up on Merseyside, with the former England captain stating that Lewis was one of the best players going forward he had seen at under-18 level.
Having sufficiently impressed, Adam made his senior Reds bow in last season’s Emirates FA Cup fourth-round replay against Shrewsbury Town at Anfield. During the off-season, Lewis’ promising development secured him a long-term deal with the Premier League champions.
Adam joined French Ligue 2 side Amiens SC on-loan for the first half of the 20/21 campaign, where he made nine appearances. He will wear squad no.22 during his stay at Home Park.
Deal subject to EFL approval and international clearance.
Adam’s home shirt is sponsored by Josh and Tori McGrath, and his away shirt is sponsored by Steve Riggs Painter and Decorator.
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