Wales International Harry Wilson became the latest academy product to leave Liverpool after completing a £12million move to Fulham at the weekend.

Ten academy players were called up to Jurgen Klopp's 34-man squad that travelled to Austria for pre-season training.

All will be hoping to impress the Reds boss as they look to emulate the first team success of Trent Alexander-Arnold and Curtis Jones.

Klopp has a reputation for giving his younger players a chance, often giving them a run out in League Cup and FA Cup fixtures in order to rest senior starters.

However, while this pre-season group of ten are set to kickstart their Liverpool careers, this summer has seen others making an Anfield exit.

Harry Wilson followed Taiwo Awoniyi as the second young player to leave the club this week.

Six other youngsters have been released, with centre-back Remi Savage on the verge of a three-year deal with Newcastle United and Liam Coyle close to signing for Accrington Stanley.

Speculation continues that more could depart with Neco Williams and Nat Phillips attracting Premier League interest amid suggestions they could leave in search of first team football.

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Although Liverpool have seen success in the rises of Alexander-Arnold and Jones, it appears they are the exception.

They are the few who have solidified their place in the Reds' first team, whereas the many don't make the cut.

The likes of Jordan Rossiter, Joao Carlos Teixeira, Jerome Sinclair, Jordon Ibe, Brad Smith, Andre Wisdom, Ryan Fulton, Cameron Brannagan, Danny Ward, Connor Randall, Ryan Kent, Bobby Duncan and Rhian Brewster have all left during Klopp's reign at Anfield.

However, that ratio could be tweaked as Liverpool club’s homegrown quota poses issues.

Uefa's regulations on so-called homegrown players (players that were developed in England or specifically within a club’s academy) stipulate that of the 25 squad slots, eight are held for homegrown players.

The Premier League dictates that each club can only have a limit of 17 non-homegrown players in their squad.

At present, Liverpool's 25-man squad already has the upper limit of 17 non-homegrown players and has eight homegrown players but only three are club-homegrown.

That list of eight includes Phillips and if he does indeed leave this summer it would strip the Reds down to seven.

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FSG are trying to offload several fringe players for as much money as possible to fund transfers this summer but if they are not careful they could run out of options to field as homegrown players.

Klopp may have to turn the tide on Liverpool's transfer stance on young players if he wants to ensure European football in the future.

The homegrown quota is something Liverpool will have to incorporate into their future planning, giving a glimmer of hope for the ten youngsters called up for pre-season.

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