Liverpool have failed to make any big summer signings so far and it is starting to seem they are out of funds to bring players in to compete, as a result Klopp and his Liverpool board have decided to sell 9 players who are not part of his plans according to Fichajes.
Liverpool have decided to activate this output operation, In search of signing a midfielder capable of making up for Wijnaldum's loss, the Merseyside team wants to get rid of those players they do not have plans for for this season.
As it was reported on Fichajes.net, Liverpool would have made an offer close to 60 million pounds for Nicolo Barella. The Italianp layer would have been chosen to replace Wijnaldum, but first, Liverpool must raise money to make this type of transfers work for them.
According to 'Daily Express', Liverpool has activated the exit operation and these would be the nine players to be discarded by Jürgen Klopp.
1. Harry Wilson
2. Marko Grujic
3. Nathaniel Phillips
4. Neco Williams
5. Sheyi Ojo
6. Loris Karius
7. Divock Origi
8. Xherdan Shaqiri
9. Taiwo Awoniyi
10. Takumi Minamino
Selling these players will be able to raise enough funds to sign more players to the club for a better effect. Considering their interest in Malen, Barella and the rest.
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