Leeds United have asked Liverpool about the possibility of bringing both Harry Wilson and Ryan Kent to Elland Road, according to the Football Insider.
The Whites are believed to be in the market for at least two new wingers, with manager Marcelo Bielsa earmarking it as a position which requires some fresh blood.
Competition is high for both Kent and Wilson, the report states that more than ten different clubs are interesting in prizing the pair away from Anfield.
Liverpool are reportedly unsure whether to let both leave permanently or on loan again. The Reds value the Welsh winger Wilson at £25m, whilst Kent’s price tag has been set at around £10-12m.
Should the Reds choose to allow the duo to leave on a full time basis then Leeds would be prized out of a move for both, with the club operating on a more restricted budget this summer.
Wilson spent the year on loan at Derby County last season, where he impressed hugely. The 22-year old scored 15 goals in 40 appearances, helping the Rams reach the play-off final.
Kent also impressed during his time on loan at Steven Gerrard’s Rangers. He scored six goals and assisted a further six during his time at Ibrox to help the Gers to a second placed finish in the SPL.
Meanwhile, the Whites have also been strongly linked with moves to sign Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Helder Costa and Manchester City’s Jack Harrison, as Bielsa looks to beef up his squad for another promotion push.