Liverpool needs to get new players for the next season because some of their players have not been performing so well. From the previous season, you could see that the club was just going down and it is still a miracle that they finished top four.
While the Reds have already struck a £36million deal to sign Ibrahima Konate from RB Leipzig, there have been other valuable little moves so far.
The window opened for domestic affairs earlier this month, with immigrants from overseas being given the green light from July.
Jürgen Klopp will receive funds in the coming months to further develop his team, with additional funds available for all sales.
And from the look of things here are five players that Liverpool hopes to generate income as the Reds try to reduce their current resources. These players are redundant in Liverpool and they need to be offloaded.
1.Marko Grujic (possible sale of £20million)
Grujic remains a goal for Porto, with whom he reached the Champions League quarter-finals for one season. However, due to financial issues, the Portuguese have yet to submit a formal offer for a permanent transfer. Several clubs in Italy and Germany are also following the 25-year-old Serb.
2. Divock Origi (£ 15million)
Origi only made nine Premier League appearances last season, his only goal-scoring in the 7-2 League Cup win at Lincoln City which helped Belgium forget him at Euro 2020 on loan to Germany at the start of his career with the Reds.
3. Harry Wilson (£ 15million)
Currently, in Euro 2020 with Wales, Wilson played for Liverpool in the League Cup at the start of last season but spent most of it on loan at Cardiff City in the league where he impressed. Cardiff is interested in a permanent deal for the 24-year-old, which has reportedly attracted several Premier League clubs alongside Hoffenheim and RB Leipzig in Germany and La Liga duo Valencia and Getafe.
4. Taiwo Awoniyi (£ 8million)
Work permit issues, which were only recently resolved, meant that the Nigerian striker never played for Liverpool despite being signed six years ago. The 23-year-old has cemented his reputation through several loan changes, most recently with Bundesliga club Union Berlin. The Championship trio of Fulham, Stoke City and West Bromwich Albion are said to be interested.
5. Loris Karius (£ 3million)
For the German goalkeeper, who has hardly played for Union Berlin on a frustrating loan lately, there is no long-term future for Liverpool. In the final year of his contract with the Reds, a permanent move to his homeland seems the most likely outcome.
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