Liverpool have been masters of selling players in recent years.
They are very good at moving those unwanted players out of the club for big fees.
Think back to 2017/18; they received £25m from Crystal Palace for Mamadou Sakho, a defender not in their first-team plans. In 2018/19, they got £19m for Dominic Solanke from AFC Bournemouth and £12.6m for goalkeeper Danny Ward from Leicester City. Last summer, they pocketed £19.9m for Danny Ings.
It is a habit that has continued into 2020/21, with Dejan Lovren moving to Zenit St Petersburg for over £10m despite an error-strewn Anfield career.
And it appears that they are looking to repeat the trick with Harry Wilson.
The 23-year-old spent the 19/20 season on loan at Bournemouth and has made just two senior appearances for the Reds.
Nevertheless, there is interest in his services and Football Insider reports that Burnley have tabled a £12m bid for the forward.
Liverpool, though, have rejected that offer, as sporting director Michael Edwards is sticking to his asking price of £15m.
Jurgen Klopp is said to have greenlit the prospect of Wilson leaving, but time is running out; the transfer deadline falls on Monday.
There are said to be a number of interested parties along with Burnley; Leeds United, Southampton, and Newcastle United are also monitoring developments.