The youngster is capable of playing as a right-back and centre-back and recently made his Premier League 2 debut against Everton last month.
James Pearce highlighted that Hoever made his U18 debut in mid-September and he seems to be progressing really well.
It will be interesting to see if the youngster gets any games due to the injuries in the side, and some Liverpool fans were certain the 16-year-old Dutchman would come good.
If we’re keeping clean sheets with him in a few years and he’s not called ‘The Hoever Dam’ then what’s the point.
— a1916147 (@a1916147) December 19, 2018
Van Dijk 2.0 in the making 😍
— 🇨🇭 (@BallerShaqiri) December 19, 2018
Liverpool back four in ten years 😂
— Lewis Harrison (@LewHarrison2001) December 19, 2018
Learn all he can from van Dijk. He’ll probably improve so much with this. Looking forward to when they merge academy/first team in Kirkby.
— Kalevi (@Kal_Levi) December 19, 2018
Proving Hoever can get into the first team squad nowadays!!
— Jack Williams (@jackw_12) December 19, 2018
FA Cup around the corner, he’d be perfect
— YBП JΛMΣƧ™🏴 (@40YardGerrard) December 19, 2018
The difference between Mourinho & Klopp….
— Robin McNamara ⚽️🔴🎄🎁⛄️ (@robbiemac72) December 19, 2018
(W)hoever that is, he’s more than welcome
— Mario Micalizzi (@MarioMicalizzi) December 19, 2018
Could b the future Hoever Dam with the Wall aka VVD ✌🏼
— Tony Laursen 🇩🇰 (@bette_anfield) December 19, 2018
getting him ready to cover VVD against bayern 🙂
— hassinator69 (@hassinator_69) December 19, 2018
Get him on the bench at the weekend it’s not like we have anyone else.
— Weilong Liang (@liang_weilong) December 19, 2018