Leicester City now look likely to miss out on a deal to sign Harry Wilson on loan from Liverpool next season.
Goal reports that talks over a deal have taken place, with the Reds looking to send the player out on loan to a Premier League club.
However, unfortunately for the Foxes, it is claimed that the Reds have some concerns about sending their promising youngster to work with Brendan Rodgers.
While the former Liverpool boss has always maintained a reputation for developing younger players, concerns were raised during his time at Celtic.
The Reds cite Chelsea’s Charly Musonda, who had joined the Hoops on an 18-month loan deal in an attempt to secure regular first-team football.
Sent to Scotland, with Rodgers a key part in Chelsea’s decision making, the Belgian returned just months later after failing to break into his plans.
Wilson has been impressing in the Championship this season with Derby and may have his eyes on a first-team spot at Anfield over the summer.
Youngsters Rodgers has developed throughout his career
It was Rodgers who gave Raheem Sterling his big break at Anfield, and as they say, the rest is history.
Rodgers played a big role in developing Moussa Dembele during his time Celtic. After joining for a minimal fee from Fulham, he left to join Lyon for nearly £20m.
Scottish international Kieran Tierney cemented himself as one of the most promising young defenders in Europe during Rodgers’ time at Celtic. He is now being heavily linked with a move to the Premier League.
Filip Benkovic will know all about Rodgers and his demands when he returns to Leicester from Celtic in the summer window.
Rodgers has worked wonders with Scott Sinclair, both at Swansea and Celtic. Sinclair played a key role in Swansea’s promotion to the Premier League, while he has also become a senior figure up in Scotland while working with Rodgers.