A selection of the latest stories in the media involving Liverpool Football Club this Wednesday morning.
Several of Liverpool's youngsters are expected to secure loan moves in the coming days according to the Liverpool Echo.
Liverpool's under-21 manager Michael Beale, said: “I think, yes, the (loan) window ends in the next 14 days and we’ve got a number of things, there’s a nice little break now where we can sit down and talk about them.
“Jack’s (Dunn) been excellent, he’s gone away in Cheltenham and was absolutely flying when he unfortunately got an injury there, and he’s worked his way back, and the next step for Jack is to go and play League football.
“He got three or four goals in five games there, he’s another player who’s got a hell of a lot of options this week so you probably won’t see him after this week maybe."
One man, who may have been forgotten by some Liverpool fans, is young German forward is Samed Yesil.
Yesil has had injury trouble for the past two years. Fans may remember him for a couple of starts for the first team in the League Cup during Brendan Rodgers's first season in charge at the club.
Under-21 boss Michael Beale expects to see him scoring goals when gets back to full fitness, telling the Liverpool Echo: “Samed, over the Christmas period, was looking really, really good and then unfortunately football sometimes just kicks you when you’re already down, sometimes football can be really cruel.
“So let’s just hope for the best, his finishing in training has been right up there with the best, he hasn’t lost his touch."
It would be interesting to see if Yesil returns with the sort of level that had people talking him up as a potential star for the first team.