Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and the club’s hierarchy have not taken a breath since the team suffered defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League final on May 26.
The Merseyside outfit swiftly went to work on transfers, and surprised everyone by announcing the arrival of Fabinho from Monaco.
Naby Keita will also join the midfield this summer after agreeing to sign for the Reds from RB Leipzig last year.
With all these new faces coming through the welcome gates at Anfield, it is difficult to see where some of the youngsters coming through will fit in.
Harry Wilson has been at Liverpool’s academy since 2005 and he made his first-team debut 10 years later.
Since then, the attacking midfielder has had loan spells at Crewe Alexandra and more recently Hull City.
Wilson spent the second half of last season helping the Championship outfit avoid relegation to League One by scoring seven goals and creating a single assist in 14 matches.
Wilson certainly impressed, so with that in mind, should the 21-year-old get more game time at Anfield next season?