The Reds have doubt over the young attacker potential in future. Millar is currently in his second loan spell with the Scottish side Kilmarnock.
Liverpool fancy the chance to offload the teenager during the upcoming transfer window as the teenager contract with the club runs out next summer.
The teenager path to the first team is blocked by fact that the Red’s squad is very deep and full of back ups and upcoming youngsters.
This makes complete sense from Liverpool’s point of view. Millar may well go on to have a decent career, but it just doesn’t look like he’s ever going to be good enough to make it as a Reds regular. If he was really that good then, even at just 19 years of age, he would be tearing up the Scottish Premiership with Kilmarnock. Unfortunately, though, he has only managed two goals and three assists in 23 games for Killie [Source: Transfermarkt]. That’s simply not enough to demonstrate that he’s capable of becoming an important player on Merseyside. When you consider that Ryan Kent won the PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year award last season and was still considered surplus to requirements at Liverpool this summer, it doesn’t exactly look like Millar, struggling to make waves north of the border, is capable of making the breakthrough at Anfield. With that said, the club need to try and get a bit of money for him in January while they can.