Another £100million could be raised by Liverpool this summer through the sale of as many as nine fringe players.
Jurgen Klopp has said he will make little changes to his squad this summer after a fine campaign both domestically and in Europe.
Julian Brandt, Matthijs de Ligt and the likes have been linked with transfers to Anfield in recent weeks while a number of other players are likely to go.
Daniel Sturridge and Alberto Moreno are set to leave on free transfers but the Reds could rake in an extra £100m from player sales, so says the Mail.
Back-up goalkeeper Simon Mignolet is considering offers as he is longing for first-team football after a season on the bench.
The Belgian would cost around £14m, while Reds possibly will demand a similar fee for Nathaniel Clyne when he returns from his loan at Bournemouth.
Liverpool loanees Harry Wilson and Marko Grujic have impressed at Hertha Berlin and Derby County respectively.
Hertha are enthusiastic about a £20m deal for Grujic and Derby may possibly look to sign Wales international Wilson permanently, if they win Aston Villa in the play-off final.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard wants to carry on with £12m youngster Ryan Kent at Ibrox, while Reds have also gotten interest in Ovie Ejaria and Sheyi Ojo.
Lazio have shown interest in Taiwo Awoniyi while Rafa Camacho is expected to leave as he seeks regular senior action.
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