Report names seven Liverpool youngsters who could still go on loan

There are at least seven youngsters who could leave Liverpool on loan this summer, according to reports. The Reds haven’t finished for 2022.

It comes from Goal. They claim there are six youngsters at Liverpool who could leave on loan before the transfer window closes.

Rhys Williams, Sepp van den Berg, Leighton Clarkson, Jake Cain and Paul Glatzel all spent at least part of last season on loan and will likely be again next season. Owen Beck is also close to an agreement with Famalicao.

Then there’s Tyler Morton, who enjoyed a first-team breakthrough last season. He has featured in all of Liverpool’s competitions, including a start in the Champions League. The Reds are now hoping to find regular senior football for him for 2022/23.

Liverpool youngsters will leave on loan

Several young people have already gone out to other clubs, of course. Marcelo Pitaliga is at Macclesfield Town, Billy Koumetio is at Austria Wien, Adam Lewis has joined Newport County, James Balagizi is with Crawley Town and Conor Bradley has joined Bolton Wanderers.

Apart from Pitaluga, all have played at least one first-team game for Liverpool.

The Reds have had some success with these loans in recent years. Van den Berg is actually a fine example of someone who did very well on a temporary spell, having spent 18 months with Preston North End.

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But Harvey Elliott is perhaps the best. His time with Blackburn Rovers was a stepping stone into the Liverpool first team and there are very high hopes for him.

Another success story is Neco Williams. He has just won the Championship with Fulham and has seen his value soar. Now Nottingham Forest could sign him for £17million in a massive win for the academy.

And so this next group of young people could follow a similar path. Even if it’s not a future with Liverpool following, they have opportunities to seriously improve their position in the game.

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