Liverpool began their pre-season campaign with a resounding 6-0 win over League One side Tranmere Rovers on Thursday.

The majority of Liverpool fans were looking forward to seeing the new signing and hot property Sepp van den Berg, however, the youngster was ineligible for the meeting.

However, numerous youngsters were handed a first-team chance by Jurgen Klopp, with Rhian Brewster standing out with a first-half brace.

Moreover, due to the ongoing success of Trent Alexander-Arnold, Liverpool and the fans are eager to find the next hidden gem.

Why? We are witnessing one of the most gruelling, awkward and troublesome transfer markets in years, therefore, it will be wonderful to have a homegrown talent, but also save a lot of money too.

Furthermore, this method has worked miraculously throughout the decades.

The likes of captain fantastic, Steven Gerrard and the brute force of Jamie Carragher have emerged through the academy in decades gone by.

However, it will be very difficult for these upcoming generations to get game time.

For instance, you have the relentless and ruthless front three and the removable object, also known as the back five.

The only time these promising youngsters may get some game time is during cup competitions or if any senior players get injured.

In addition, if Klopp does not spend as much and sees these youngsters fit, this is who we believe will be given the green light to start their fantastic careers.