Liverpool are reportedly keen to offload Dani Pacheco and Oussama Assaidi as part of the summer clear-out, as Brendan Rodgers looks to rebuild his ranks following a disappointing debut season with the Reds.

Oussama Assaidi

The wingers were unsuccessful in establishing themselves in Rodgers's squad, with both players failing to earn a Premier League start this season. Pacheco and Assaidi would be shown the door this summer, alongside out-of-favour centre-back Danny Wilson, according to the Liverpool Echo.

Assaidi, who arrived from Dutch side Heerenveen for £2.4m last summer, has managed just 12 appearances (six from the bench) from all competitions this season. The Moroccan is clearly surplus to requirements at Anfield and Liverpool would now listen to offers for the 24-year-old.

Dani Pacheco

Meanwhile, Pacheco, who grabbed the headlines when he arrived at Merseysdie from La Masia six years ago, has failed to live up to the expectations that surrounded him. The 22-year-old made just three appearances for the Reds this season and is now set to return to Spain for a fresh start to his career.

Wilson, on the other hand, has been linked with a permanent switch to Hearts, where he spent the second half of this season on loan. The 21-year-old Scot will come to the end of his Liverpool contract next month and Rodgers would not be offering him a new deal.

It is understood that the Northern Irish tactician would also listen to offers for Stewart Downing, Jonjo Shelvey and Sebastian Coates this summer.

Fulham have been linked with a move for Downing, while West Ham United, who are edging closer to snapping up Andy Carroll, are also understood to be keen on Shelvey. As far as Coates is concerned, it is unlikely that Rodgers would let the Uruguayan leave without signing two centre-backs, especially after veteran Jamie Carragher hung up his boots last week.

"Seb has been a great support player for the group. Obviously his chances have been very limited. That's unfortunately how it is ­sometimes as a defender. We will sit down when he comes back for pre-season and take it from there. We have to see what the summer brings," the manager pointed out.