Liverpool are planning to sell striker Liam Millar in January, according to reports from Football Insider.
Millar was linked with a host of moves away from Anfield in the summer transfer window which closed last Friday, but failed to complete a move away from Merseyside.
Plenty of EFL sides were linked with the forward’s signature, with many failing to land the Canadian international on loan for the remainder of the campaign.
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Stoke City, Millwall, QPR and Blackburn Rovers were among those sides to be linked, with Championship newcomers Wycombe Wanderers and Rotherham United also being credited with an interest.
According to Football Insider, those sides may have the chance to sign Millar in January – this time on a permanent basis.
It is claimed that Liverpool are looking to sell Millar in January, as they look to raise funds and offload the striker.
Millar has made only one first-team appearance for Liverpool since progressing through the ranks at Anfield, and is now set to continue playing for the Under-23s for the next few months.
This would definitely be the right decision to let Millar leave.
He’s 21 now and he’s never going to get into the team with the likes of Mo Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane well ahead of him in the pecking order.
The young forward has made only one appearance for the Reds, and you don’t expect him to be at Anfield beyond January.