The Premier League season may be over, but there is still plenty of football coming our way.

Next week sees the start of the delayed Euro 2020 tournament, with 24 countries set to take part.

With that comes a fantastic month of international football, where rivalries are put aside for the Three Lions.

However, the work for football clubs doesn’t stop during this time, with Liverpool busier than ever.

According to the Liverpool Echo, the Reds are preparing to scout some of the best young talent at the tournament.

Three young stars have been named from three different countries at the tournament, with a combined market value of £40.05m…

Liverpool are set to keep an eye on Belgium’s Jeremy Doku, Ukraine’s Ilya Zabarnyi, and Netherlands’ Teun Koopmeiners.

Doku had previously been of interest to Liverpool, having turned down an offer during his time at Anderlecht.

It was a wise choice from the youngster with him currently plying his trade at Stade Rennais.

Koopmeiners has also been a player linked with a move to the Reds in the past as a replacement for Wijnaldum.

Finally, Zabarnyi is a youngster that is still relatively unknown to the wider community.

The young centre-back marked his debut season for Dynamo Kyiv last term with 36 top-flight appearances.

At just 18-years-old, Zabarnyi is the youngest of Liverpool’s Euro 2020 targets.

The three seem like an interesting set of players in a range of positions that the club could do with strengthening.

With the Euros kicking off in just over a week, it will be exciting for fans to also get a look at the trio.