Liverpool are reportedly giving thought to allowing Harry Wilson to go out on loan for a second successive campaign.
Earlier in the summer transfer window, it was suggested that the Premier League champions would only consider permanent offers for the Wales international.
However, according to The Mirror, none of the clubs interested in the playmaker are prepared to pay Liverpool’s £15m valuation.
Burnley had been keen to sign the 23-year-old before learning that the Merseyside giants were not prepared to budge on their asking price.
With the playmaker regarded as a fringe member of the squad, Jurgen Klopp is now prepared to give the green light to another temporary spell away from Anfield.
Wilson spent the last campaign at Bournemouth, where he contributed seven goals from 31 outings in England’s top flight.