Liverpool have reportedly set an asking price for Marko Grujic and Harry Wilson and are not interested in loaning the pair out again this summer, according to The Athletic.

Wilson spent last campaign on loan at Bournemouth and is wanted by clubs in the English top-flight such as Newcastle United, Southampton and newly-promoted Leeds United.

Marko has spent the last two seasons on loan at German side Hertha Berlin and has interest from a number of clubs on the back of his strong displays in the Bundesliga.

The Reds have clear ideas of what they want do with the two young midfielders and loaning them out again isn’t part of their plans.

Both players are valued at £20 million by the Merseyside giants and they are only prepared to consider proposals to sell them this summer.

Marko and Harry are not a big part of Jurgen Klopp’s plans, but are seen as prized assets who can bring in much-needed cash to the Reds.

But Liverpool also don’t intend to offer any discounts as the club are fixed in their valuations of each player.

And if no clubs are willing to meet their asking price then they will keep the aforementioned stars for their squad.

In the meantime, Watford attacker Ismaila Sarr has hinted he could be interested in a transfer to Liverpool this summer with his long-term future at Vicarage Road up in the air.

‘Liverpool are a really great team, everyone would love to play there.’ Sarr told Senegal outlet Les Echos, via Metro, after being quizzed on a potential move to Anfield.’

The Hornets have been relegated from the top-flight after five years and now the club face a battle to keep their top players – including Sarr, who arrived from Rennes for £30 million in a club-record deal last summer.