Ejaria is a product of Arsenal's youth system where he failed to make the grade but the Reds were more than happy to snap him up, away from the clutches of Manchester United who were also interested in the youngster. The left-footed central midfielder went on trial at Liverpool as part of their Under-17 side that reached the final of the 2014 Aegon Futures Cup in the Netherlands. He clearly impressed and has continued to do so and was part Liverpool's 2016/17 pre-season tour in the States and on the bench at Stamford Bridge in a 2-1 win over Chelsea in the Premier League on 16 September 2016. His first competitive appearance was against Derby in in a League Cup tie on 20th September 2016, when he came on as a substitute with ten minutes remaining. He went on to make two Premier League substitute appearances and also played in all three of that seasons FA Cup games.
In the summer of 2017 he was part of England's under 20 World Championship winning squad. After failing to make any of the matchday squads in the first half of 2017-18, he joined Championship strugglers Sunderland on loan on 31st January 2018. In the summer he signed a new long term contract and was loaned to Rangers for 2018-19. However after two goals in 28 appearances the spell was cut short on 15th December and he returned to train with Liverpool. A statement on Liverpool FC's website simply stating that "following discussions between the two clubs as well as Ejaria and his family, it has been determined an early return to the Reds is in the best interests of all parties concerned". On 7th January 2019, it was confirmed that Ejaria would spend the rest of the season on loan with Championship strugglers Reading, where he scored once in sixteen appearances.