The Mirror have reported that Liverpool midfield pair Mako Grujic and Harry Wilson could be allowed to depart from the club this summer.
Both players have spent the last two campaigns away from Anfield. Wilson enjoyed a stunning season with Derby before suffering relegation with the Cherries, whilst Grujic has spent the last two season with the German outfits, Hertha Berlin.
Now with the current team having just been crowned as the Premier League champions, both players face a tough decision with regards to their individual careers.
With a shorter turnaround between campaigns this summer, it is that unlikely both midfielders will get much of an opportunity to showcase themselves when the pre-season friendlies takes star and with such little chances to force their way into Jurgen Klopp’s squad they might consider their options somewhere else.
Wilson has been 23-years-old and Grujic 24 and the Merseyside Reds could receive enough amount of money for his players in order to invest them in summer arrivals.
Despite the pair enjoying relatively successful spells during their loan spells it is unlikely either will force their way into Jurgen Klopp’s starting XI.
With Klopp potentially needing to raise funds to bring players through the door at Anfield, both Wilson and Grujic are likely to depart from Anfield ahead of the next campaign