Kenny Dalglish
John Barnes feels Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has not had much luck with his transfers. REUTERS

Reports are claiming that Liverpool are offering trial periods to Ghanaian trio Bright Gyenfi, James Akaminko and Nurudeen Amed, as they continue on their mission to bring stars of the future on board at Merseyside.

Despite exchanging deals worth up to £35 million and £50 million in the 2011 January transfer window, the Reds have stuck to signing up and coming talent this year, with Kenny Dalglish setting long term goals for the club as well as short term ones.

And right-back Gyenfi, along with midfielders Amed and Akaminko, look set to be the next group of teens to have their chance to impress for the Liverpool youth team, according to Sky Sports.

All three play for Prempram Mighty Royals in Ghana's football league, and are touted as possible future stars for both their club and country.

At 16, 18 and 18 years of age respectively, Gyenfi, Amed and Akaminko look set to make the move to the youth team in April as Liverpool look ahead to their off season training.

It's been both a disappointing and successful season for the Reds all at the same time; while the club have endured controversy off the pitch and look unlikely to make the top four this campaign, they have the Carling Cup trophy in their cabinet, and are so far through to the semi-final of the FA Cup.

And the club have also pulled off some big coups in signing youngsters that have been widely coveted by numerous Premier League sides. Wycombe teen Jordan Ibe and MK Dons starlet Seyi Ojo both signed for Liverpool over offers from other clubs, and on deadline day last January, while others were scrambling for big names, Dalglish confirmed a deal for Wrexham teenager Danny Ward.

And with youngsters Jon Flanagan and Jack Robinson both coming through the youth system to stake their claim on a first team place, things are looking up for the future of the club.