Liverpool could sell midfielders Harry Wilson and Marko Grujic this summer, according to David Lynch of the Evening Standard.
Both Wilson and Grujic are currently spending the season on loan. Wilson has been representing Bournemouth in the Premier League, and Grujic has been plying his trade in Germany for Hertha Berlin.
Both Wilson and Grujic remain decent young talents, however, there is a possibility that both the midfielders could be sold this summer due to how strong Liverpool have become.
Lynch said: “Both are clearly talented players but this could well be the summer where they depart Liverpool permanently.
“The standard you need to reach to get into this team at the moment are so high, and neither Grujic or Wilson have touched them during their respective loan stints.
“There is, of course, no shame in that, and their ability will likely be reflected in the hefty sums they command in the transfer market.”
It would be a shame to see them go. Wilson, 23, is a very bright talent. The issue is, he is competing for a spot in a Liverpool side that has only lost one Premier League fixture this season.
Grujic, 23, is also in the same position. This is a strong situation that the club finds itself in. The fact that Liverpool are having to move talented players on proves that everything is going well.
Liverpool would be able to summon a decent price in the transfer market for both Wilson and Grujic, which is also a bonus.
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