The young striker has made his name by putting in a string of decent performances for the B-team of Championship side Brentford in the U-18s Premier League.
The 21-year-old is the second player the club has signed this month, with the Reds also bringing in Japanese midfielder Takumi Minamino from Austrian outfit RB Salzburg in January.
However, while Minamino is expected to be a regular part of the Liverpool matchday squad as they try and win the club’s first Premier League title in almost 30 years, Hardy is expected to prove his mettle playing for the U-23s of the reigning European champions.
That would still be a major step-up for the player who was plying his trade with the Brentford-B side only last month. Though His arrival would undoubtedly give Klopp more attacking options if he decides to nominate a youthful side for Liverpool’s 4th round FA Cup fixture.