LIVERPOOL coach Mick Garrity admits he’s in the dark over the future of trialist Cian Harries.
The Coventry defender played for the Reds’ Under-23 side last night and kept a clean sheet in a 6-0 win over Bangor.
Cash-strapped League One City know they’ll have to sell if Liverpool put a decent enough offer on the table for the Welsh defender.
But Kop youth guru Garrity isn’t sure where the two clubs are at.
“It’s a difficult one because it is a little bit hush-hush but he done well tonight, he was fine,” he told the Liverpool Echo.
“You can see he’s going to play football, he seems a very, very nice player.
“He’s only been with us for 24 hours so we’ll see how that one works out.
“I’m not sure how long it will be (the trial). The clubs will decide how long he’s going to stay for.
“He wasn’t able to train with us before the game. He’s just come in, he’s got a nice personality, so we’ll see.”
Coventry boss Russell Slade is likely to want Harries back as he faces up to a relegation battle at his new club.
The Midlands side are a point from safety in League One, and he’ll want all hands on deck to help haul the club up the table.
Coventry aren’t in action this weekend with scheduled opponents Port Vale in FA Cup action at Huddersfield.
Brighton visit in the Checkatrade Trophy on Tuesday before a relegation six-pointer at Chesterfield on January 14.