Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is ready to weigh up the first team chances of young goal ace Rhian Brewster for the coming season.
Klopp will also bring Harry Wilson back into the Anfield fold if a £20million move fails to materialise, ruling out a third year on loan for the gifted Welsh young gun who has had spells with Derby and Bournemouth.
But another Liverpool star, Ben Woodburn, is set to leave Anfield on loan again with a move to either Germany or Holland on the cards.
Reports claim Klopp is considering the transfer options for the trio, who have each made a huge impact in Welsh football, as he plans how to take his Premier League champions to the next stage.
Klopp ruled out a move for Timo Werner, declining to match Chelsea's £54m valuation of the Leipzig striker.
Instead, according to the Mail, he he plans to take Brewster to the club's Swiss-based training camp this month to assess whether he is ready to challenge for a place in the first-team squad.
Klopp was impressed with Brewster's 11 goals in 22 games for Swansea City, which helped fire Steve Cooper's team to the Championship play-offs.
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Liverpool feel the loan spell in Wales has improved Brewster and Klopp wants a closer look in training and pre-season games to see whether the he can challenge Roberto Firmino, Divock Origi and Takumi Minamino in his side.
Klopp will also take Wilson on pre-season training unless a permanent transfer can be arranged.
Southampton have joined the race for Wilson, with Newcastle and Leeds also keen to land him in a £20m deal.
Klopp, it seems, has ruled out Wilson going anywhere on loan again, following his successful spells with Derby in the Championship and Bournemouth in the Premier League.
If a permanent deal cannot be done, he wants to also see Wilson close up in pre-season and plans to keep him in the Liverpool fold for 2020-21 to battle for a place in the side.
But another of Klopp's Welsh aces does look like heading out on loan again, with German club Fortuna Dusseldorf among those said to be leading the chase for 20-year-old Ben Woodburn.
Klopp is ready for Woodburn to have a loan spell abroad, with a move to Germany or Holland on the cards.