Huddersfield Town fans hoping to catch a glimpse of Liverpool goalkeeper Danny Ward will have to wait a few more weeks.

The stopper has been linked with a season-long loan move to Town, with David Wagner admitting he will need to bring in two new faces in the position, with Jed Steer returning to Aston Villa and Joe Murphy potentially out until October with a shoulder problem that required surgery.

Town have also released Lloyd Allinson, who made his debut as a substitute for the injured Steer in the 5-1 home defeat by Brentford.

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And after making his first Premier League start against Swansea on May 1, he was expected to make his Anfield debut against Watford on Sunday.

But he was ruled out with a minor knee injury sustained in training at Melwood, and looks likely to miss the final two games of the Premier League campaign against Chelsea and West Brom.

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While he is not expected to be fit in time for the Europa League final against Sevilla, Ward looks set to recover in time to make the Wales squad for Euro 2016.

Chris Coleman has announced a provisional 28 man squad, due to be trimmed to the regulation 23 by June 1, including Ward and former Town loanee Emyr Huws.

Both should be confident of making the plane to France, barring injury setback.

The 22-year-old Ward made his senior international debut in March against Northern Ireland, but Wayne Hennessey is the established No1 for Coleman.

Huws scored in a 3-2 defeat against Holland last November, and started against Ukraine in March. After making a first senior appearance in 2014, he has won six caps for his country to date.

There was no place for Town centre back Joel Lynch, but former loanee Simon Church - now with Aberdeen on loan from MK Dons - is included in the initial squad for training in Portugal.