Liverpool Are Listening To Offers For Four Specific Players
Liverpool expect to make close to £60 million through player sales this summer, with the club listening to offers for 4 specific players.
And that’s the lump sum of money Liverpool hope to bring in even before they sell Sadio Mané who looks to be on his way to Bayern Munich. According to the Liverpool Echo, the Reds hope to bring that sort of money in through the sales of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Takumi Minamino, Neco Williams, and Nat Phillips.
Oxlade-Chamberlain is reportedly being looked at by Manchester United and West Ham. The England international has struggled to recapture his pre-injury form since his return from his ACL tear, and Liverpool hope to bring in £10 million for his services.
As for Minamino, a whole host of clubs hold an interest in the Japanese forward. Within the Premier League, Leeds United, Wolves, and Southampton are taking a look, whilst in France, AS Monaco reportedly hold an interest. The Merseyside club could use the plethora of interest to drive up the proposed price they’re willing to accept for Minamino, which is believed to be in the region of £15 million.
Jürgen Klopp’s side are also hoping to bring in £15 million apiece for Nat Phillips and Neco Williams. They could both return to the promoted clubs they plied their trade with last season, Bournemouth for Phillips, and Fulham for Williams.
So, Liverpool could bring in a fair chunk of capital this summer even before they move on Sadio Mané. With the Reds hoping to bring in £30 million for the Senegal international, the Anfield club could be set to take in up to £100 million through player sales.
Such money will help to finance the £85 million deal which will see Darwin Nuñez join Liverpool. The Merseyside club are also hoping to bring in a new star midfielder, with Gavi, Jude Bellingham, and Ibrahim Sangaré on their radar. It seems they won’t be short of money in such pursuits.
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