JURGEN KLOPP could hand a debut to the son of a former Liverpool star on Monday.
Lewis Koumas has already made one matchday squad for the club this season.
The 18-year-old has starred for the club’s youth teams this season with four goals and three assists in nine appearances in all competitions.
Koumas has a family connection to the club running back to 1997.
However, the attacking midfielder started his career in Liverpool’s youth academy.
Koumas Sr played alongside some famous faces in his youth days.
Gerrard went on to captain the Anfield side to a Champions League title as well as two FA Cups and three League Cups.
Koumas, however, did not have as glamorous a career as his former team-mates.
He left Liverpool for Tranmere Rovers in 1997 and became a first-team player.
His good form at the club earned him a move to Premier League outfit West Brom in 2002.
Koumas went on to score 23 goals and assist 20 more in 141 appearances for the Baggies.
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He had a loan spell at Cardiff City before sealing a permanent move away to Wigan in 2007.
He ended his career with Tranmere in 2015.
Son Lewis will only need to make one appearance for Liverpool’s senior team in order to better his dad’s record for the club.