Accroding to the Daily Mail, the PFA are set to step in and mediate after the row between Bobby Duncan, his agent and Liverpool escalated this week.
The Daily Mail report that the PFA will look to schedule a meeting between all parties within the next 48 hours, whilst also saying that Liverpool were “shocked by the accusations” made by Duncan’s agent this week.
The PFA are ready to step in and organise a meeting to settle the dispute between Liverpool, Bobby Duncan and his representatives.
A meeting could occur within the next 48 hours. [Daily Mail]https://t.co/D2ygRpJVC4
— Anfield Edition (@AnfieldEdition) August 29, 2019
It’s believed that Liverpool had told Steven Gerrard’s cousin that he could leave the club this summer, but have rejected two offers, one from Fiorentina.
This is all a very bizarre situation. Whilst Duncan’s clearly keen to play first team football, he needs to have his expectations managed. He’s only 18, has been at Liverpool for one season, and needs to bide his time. His chance will come.