Championship sides MK Dons and Huddersfield Town are chasing Liverpool winger Ryan Kent, according to the Liverpool Echo.
The 18-year-old was included in the Reds pre-season tour of the Far East and boss Brendan Rodgers is keen to send the youngster out on a season-long loan, as his chances of first-team opportunities at Anfield will be limited.
Kent, who can play on either flank as well as behind the strikers, scored six goals in 14 matches for the Liverpool Under-21 side last season before injury cut short his campaign.
He is also a target for Swindon Town who have taken two youngsters on loan from the Premier League side this summer in Kevin Stewart and Jordan Williams, but the Mersyside outfit would prefer for him to join a Championship club.
Huddersfield are mulling over making a move for Kent while Dons boss Karl Robinson once worked at the Liverpool academy and is hoping this will help him land the winger.
This coming season is MK Dons’ first in the English second tier and will be looking to battle against relegation while the Terriers will be hoping to do better than last year 16th place finish.
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