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Liverpool have handed trials to highly-rated Uruguayan duo Juan Manuel Sanabria and Agustin Pereira Getty

Liverpool are reportedly giving trials to two Uruguayan youngsters Juan Manuel Sanabria and Agustin Pereira, according to a report in the Daily Mail.

The duo are said to have arrived from Nacional, which is the club of two former Reds players Luis Suarez and Sebastian Coates. Sanabria, is a 15-year-old striker, who prefers his left foot, and has been dubbed an all round forward with great technical and goal scoring ability. Pereira, on the other hand, is said to be an attacking midfielder, who plays behind the forward and is said to be comfortable with both his feet.

The Uruguayan pair arrived in England on Monday and are set to train at Liverpool's Kirkby academy with the Merseyside clubs youth sides ahead of the upcoming 2014/15 campaign.

Even though it is early days, the Premier League big guns will be hoping that the duo can go on and become future Liverpool stars and emulate their illustrious compatriot, who left the club for Barcelona last summer, after being voted by his peers as the best player in England.

Brendan Rodgers has been one of the busiest managers in the English top-flight this summer, and has mainly focused on strengthening his senior team. He has already bought in seven new first-team players, and has been linked with moves for more stars, as he looks to get Liverpool back into the Champions League.

Meanwhile, Danny Ings, who joined from Burnley this summer believes that his style of play will suit the Reds', as he likes to make runs behind the defenders and he is confident that Liverpool have the players in the squad to pick him out to create goal scoring opportunities.

"After my knee injury [in 2012] I sort of devoted my whole time to working on my speed, my movement, and my creativity," Ings told Liverpool's official site.

"What I've found was really effective, even at Championship level, was making runs constantly in behind. As soon as a defender switches off that run in behind is so effective."

"As long as there's someone stretching the pitch and you've got your creative players behind you in that space - and you've got players at this football club to feed those runs - you can be an effective team," the former Burnley striker explained.