LIVERPOOL and the Premier League have announced they have agreed a compensation settlement with the family of a teenage victim to finally resolve the tapping up scandal.
In it, it reveals an an agreement has been reached with the 13-year-old involved to continue his current school and join another academy.
The player had previously played for Stoke City.
“He will also be free to join another club in the academy system without that club being required to pay compensation, which has been settled with his former club, Stoke City FC.”
A league investigation found Liverpool guilty of offering prohibited inducements in an attempt to recruit a schoolboy from Stoke.