The Daily Mail reports that Danish heavyweights Nordsjaelland have bid to take the youngster Bobby Duncan on loan for the rest of the campaign.
The English attacker is one of the brightest prospects coming through the Liverpool system and got some minutes over this summer’s pre-season.
The 18-year-old talent has been excellent along with Paul Glatzel in the Liverpool youth sides and helped their side win the FA Youth Cup last term.
The report states that the Danish club are willing to pay Bobby’s entire salary and are offering senior-team football to attract the forward.
The prodigy needs to play first-team football in order to develop and a transfer away from the EPL is the right way to go about it.
It’s to be seen if Denmark is the right destination for him as the Reds have seen their players do well at other British clubs.
Marko Grujic and Harry Wilson have impressed in the EFL Championship in the past while Ryan Kent did a wonderful job at Rangers the previous season.
The report goes on to claim that Duncan is concerned about breaking into the senior Reds team and is open to switching abroad.
Duncan netted 32 goals last season for Liverpool’s youth teams, and it will be very interesting to see if the management allow him to leave.
Meantime, Liverpool won’t budge on their stance over the forward Ryan Kent and the winger won’t be allowed to join Rangers on loan, reports say.
The Reds’ preference is to sell last campaign’s Scottish young player of the year and they’re looking for something in the region of £7m – a figure Rangers boss and one-time Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard cannot meet.