Watch Jurgen klopp reveals five Liverpool players ‘transfer-lists’ after agreeing final summer deals
According to rumours, Liverpool are willing to consider bids for up to five players this summer as they prepare to focus their efforts on offloading individuals from Jurgen Klopp’s team.
The Champions League finalists have reached an agreement with Aberdeen to sign Calvin Ramsay, an 18-year-old right-back who will cost £4 million plus £1.5 million in performance-related add-ons.
Liverpool’s work in terms of new recruitment is expected to come to an end with the move, and the club’s executives will now attempt to recoup some revenue through sales, which they have accomplished in recent years under previous sporting director Michael Edwards.
Liverpool are reportedly hoping to sign up to five players this summer, either on loan or permanently, according to The Mirror.
Sadio Mane, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Nat Phillips, Takumi Minamino, and Neco Williams are all expected to leave the club in the near future.
In due course, Bayern Munich is set to make a third bid for the Senegal international forward.
To date, the 30-year-old has been the subject of two bids from Liverpool, both of which have been turned down.
Mane is said to be ‘least concerned’ about his future with Bayern and is hopeful that a deal will be reached soon.
Meanwhile, despite reports that West Ham and Aston Villa are interested in Oxlade-Chamberlain, there has been no interest so far.
Liverpool are unlikely to recruit any new central midfielders, which Oxalde-Chamberlain may take into account when weighing his options.
However, there has been strong interest in Minamino, and his agent is currently in negotiations with both Monaco and Lyon.
Leeds and Wolves, both from the Premier League, have expressed an interest in the Japanese international.
Liverpool value him at £17 million after signing him from RB Salzburg in January 2020 for a cost of roughly £7.25 million.
Following a good loan spell on the South Coast, Bournemouth have enquired about signing Nat Phillips on a permanent basis.
Scott Parker wants to keep Phillips for another season after he helped the Cherries secure their return to the Premier League.
Fulham are still interested in Williams, who starred in the second part of the season on his way to the Championship triumph with the Cottagers.
Ramsay’s arrival is expected to knock the Welshman even farther down the food chain.
Fulham, on the other hand, have yet to return to the table with a bid for Williams.