Liverpool have already confirmed five loan deals, and are attracting interest in a number of other players, including Polish winger Mateusz Musialowski.
On Thursday evening, the club announced the fifth temporary departure of the summer as James Balagizi signed a new contract and joined Crawley Town in League Two.
Musialowski showed promising signs in his first full season in the highest academy age group last time out, but also struggled for consistency across the campaign and, towards the end, was often left out or used in the under-18s squad instead.
Following the turn of the year, Musialowski only featured three times for the under-23s, starting twice, with sources suggesting this was not due to injury.
There are concerns over his work rate, despite there being a clear desire to contribute from the youngster, which could explain his lack of minutes.
Returning to his native Poland, though, would unlikely be a positive indication of his future on Merseyside, with the transition to first-team football at Liverpool arguably better served by a spell in the Football League.
Nevertheless, Rakow finished runners-up in last season’s Ekstraklasa, booking a place in the second qualifying round of the Europa Conference League, where they will play Astana over two legs later this month.