Liverpool may sell loan star Harry Wilson this summer despite his growing reputation as a matchwinning attacker, Football Insider understands.
The Wales international, 22, has made a huge impact at Championship outfit Derby County after a similarly impressively spell at Hull City in the second half of last season.
A club source has told Football Insider that Liverpool rate Wilson highly and are convinced he can make it at Premier League level but there are some doubts as to whether he can establish himself in their own first team in the coming years.
The Merseysiders have already fielded enquiries from multiple Premier League and Championship clubs eager to sign Wilson permanently in the summer window.
The final decision will rest with Jurgen Klopp and whether he feels Wilson can challenge for a first-team spot next season at the title challengers and Champions League semi-finalists.
Wilson has been used predominantly on the right flank and as a central attacking midfielder by Frank Lampard at Derby this season and has responded with 14 goals and four assists from 41 matches in all competitions.
Liverpool are likely to demand a £20million-plus fee for the versatile attacker, who has also scored two goals in nine Wales appearances.
In other Liverpool transfer news, an Anfield attacker is in advanced talks to transfer clubs after rejecting new long-term contract in recent days.