Promising Liverpool youngster Bobby Duncan is reportedly considering leaving Anfield this summer.
The Daily Mail report the 17-year-old is concerned about breaking into Jurgen Klopp’s first-team next term, with Rhian Brewster and Rafael Camacho potential barriers to his promotion.
Harry Wilson may also return to provide competition, meaning Duncan is weighing up his options.
The cousin of Steven Gerrard has scored 32 goals for the Reds academy this season following his move to the club from Manchester City last summer.
Apparently a number of clubs are monitoring the situation, and The Mail claim Duncan would consider moving abroad, which has been a growing trend with young English players in recent years.
If Liverpool have to lose Duncan, they should make sure it is only on loan.
The teenager is extremely talented and has every chance of making his mark in the first-team.
He perhaps needs to be reminded that he has time on his side.
Perhaps Duncan is angling for a loan move given the successes of Ryan Kent at Rangers and Wilson at Derby County.
He may well be ready for that, but the Reds certainly shouldn’t be thinking about granting any permanent move.