Liverpool have received a ‘formal offer’ from Danish side Nordsjaelland to take striker Bobby Duncan on loan.
Duncan, Steven Gerrard’s cousin, joined Liverpool from Manchester City in August 2018.
The 18-year-old began to attract attention from clubs across Europe, leading to Liverpool considering offering him a new contract.
But he remains on the same terms with two years remaining on his contract, and has ‘concerns’ about his ‘pathway’ to the first team.
The Daily Mail say Duncan ‘is understood to be open to moving abroad’ in search of regular football, having become unconvinced as to whether he can break into Jurgen Klopp’s plans or not.
Liverpool have already received a ‘formal offer’ from Nordsjaelland over a season-long loan, which includes paying his entire weekly wage.
The European champions are ‘now weighing up the offer’ for a player they consider to be ‘one of the brightest talents’ in their youth set-up.