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  • August 13, 2020
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Newport boss Michael Flynn signed White on loan for the 2017/18 season in what was the centre-back’s first taste of regular, senior football.

The 22-year-old then went on loan to Peterborough, before impressing for Leeds in their promotion-winning Championship season last term.

Brighton rejected an improved £22m bid for White from Leeds earlier this week, despite the player turning down two new contract offers from the Seagulls.

It is a transfer saga which could rumble on towards the end of the summer window with Liverpool fan Flynn keen to see White at Anfield.

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The Reds, along with Chelsea, have been linked with rivalling Leeds for White, and Flynn told talkSPORT 2: “I’d love to see him at Liverpool. I know Pep Lijnders, the assistant, he’s an unbelievable coach.

“So I know he will help Ben improve. He’s got to do what’s best for Ben White. That could be getting a season in the Premier League with regular games at Brighton, which I think he could do.

“[Brighton boss] Graham Potter might want to keep him and bring him on and then sell him for more money after a year in the Premier League.

“That’s a decision for Ben, but for biased reasons, I’d be edging him towards Liverpool.”

White played every minute of Leeds’ Championship campaign as they ended their 16-year exile from the Premier League.

And Flynn believes ‘the sky is the limit’ for his former player.

He added: “I’m that confident of Ben that I think he can force his way into any team. Let’s not forget, he’s going to have even better players around him, they’ll bring him on.

“Jurgen Klopp, as a manager, gets the best out of all his players. I can just see him improving again.

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