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Flynn set for loan move by lfctalk
July 1, 2009, 09:19
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Former Liverpool striker Dean Saunders is in talks with Ryan Flynn about a possible return to Wrexham on loan next season.

The youngster spent the back end of last season on loan with the Welsh side and his agent has confirmed that Rafael Benitez wants to farm him out once again this season.

Saunders faces tough competition to sign the youngster, but hopes his previous time at the Racecourse will help persuade him to continue there.

However, Saunders is hopeful he can persuade Flynn to return to the Racecourse after a spell in North Wales gave the Scottish youngster’s career the perfect boost last season.

“I’m hopeful he’ll come to us, although I know he’s probably got options.” he said.

“I’m hoping he’ll come back to us, and I’m hoping he’ll come back training stronger and fitter as he’ll be a year older. Hopefully he’ll have learned from last year and the time he spent with us will have done him good.”

Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez believes another temporary switch will continue Flynn’s development, and a number of clubs are interested in him.

“Liverpool are prepared to loan out Ryan during this summer’s transfer window.” said his agent, David Threlfall.

“This is a big year for Ryan and he wants to be playing regular first-team football to continue his development. I have had a few enquiries for Ryan and we will sit down and decide what is the best option for him before deciding where to go.”

Flynn is an academy graduate at Anfield, he made the step up in 2006 after being signed from Scottish outfit Falkirk.

He was a key part of the club’s successive FA Youth Cup wins, scoring in the final against Manchester City in 2006 and also hitting three goals during the 2007 season.

He is yet to make his senior debut for Liverpool but has featured in a number of pre-season friendlies.

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