While there is expected to be an influx of summer signings at Liverpool, it seems possible a number of the club’s youngsters will depart on temporary deals elsewhere in aid of gaining more experience.
Goalkeeper Kamil Grabara could be one of those that move on for the benefit of his development with agent Bartlomiej Bolek preparing to sit down with the player to discuss his options.
“Kamil is still on holiday. He will be back in England next week. Then we will decide together with the club what is the best for him for next season – to stay in Liverpool, do training with the first team and play with the under-23s or go on loan,” Bolek told ESPN FC.
“We need the time to figure out that, to talk with the club and to find the best way for Kamil. It’s too early for that decision right now.”
“We are in touch with the club and I know that he is doing very well in training. Kamil knows that he cannot stop – he must keep moving forward.”
Grabara enjoyed a productive 2016/2017 season for the club’s youth sides and has regularly demonstrated his potential since signing from Ruch Chorzow in January 2016.
A loan move seems a wise option with Simon Mignolet, Loris Karius and potentially also Danny Ward, having returned from his loan spell at Huddersfield, all fighting for a place as the club’s main shot-stopper.
That said, an opportunity to play regular football for the U23s would also be a great chance for Grabara to remain close to the senior side and in the sight of Jurgen Klopp and the club’s youth coaches.
Time is on the side of a young man set to have plenty of interesting routes he can follow next season.