The Mirror have reported that Liverpool duo Harry Wilson and Marko Grujic could be allowed to leave the club this summer.
Both players have spent the last two seasons away from Anfield. Wilson enjoyed an impressive season with Derby before suffering relegation with Bournemouth, whilst Grujic has spent the last two campaigns with Bundesliga side Hertha Berlin.
Now with the current squad having just been crowned Premier League champions, both players face a difficult decision with regards to their individual careers.
With a shorter turnaround between seasons this summer, it is that unlikely both players will get much of an opportunity to showcase themselves during pre-season friendlies and with such little chances to force their way into Jurgen Klopp’s plans, the time might have come for both men to move on.
At 23 and 24-years-old respectively, Welsh international Wilson and Serbian Grujic would both fetch decent transfer fees if the Reds do decide the time was right to sell.
Despite the duo enjoying relatively successful spells during their time away from the club, it is unlikely either will force their way into the Liverpool first XI anytime soon.
With Klopp potentially needing to raise funds in order to bring players through the door at Anfield, both Wilson and Grujic are valuable commodities and selling them could help to top up Liverpool’s spending power.