The Reds seem set to allow young goalkeeper Shamal George to leave the club for on a free to join Swindon Town after a decade on Merseyside, according to reports from The Daily Mail.
Liverpool want to include the option of a sell-on clause in the potential deal to reap any rewards if the 21-year-old proves to meet the high expectations he has set at under-23 level.
The Wirral-born stopper has previously been sent out on loan to Carlisle and Tranmere Rovers, though he has never made an appearance for Jürgen Klopp’s senior side.
The hope is that a move to the League Two side will allow George to fulfil his potential and stake a claim for a starting spot between the sticks.
If he impresses and improves Swindon Town’s fortunes at the back, he could earn a further move up the league pyramid which would see the Reds financially rewarded thanks to their gurantee.
In the goalkeeping department, Jürgen Klopp will likely permit Simon Mignolet to also leave the club as he seeks first-team football, while a new deputy to Alisson will have to be sourced this summer.