Liverpool trio Rhian Brewster, Harry Wilson and Marko Grujic could all leave Anfield ahead of the transfer window shutting on 5th October, according to reports.
Jurgen Klopp has bolstered his squad options with the stunning acquisitions of Thiago from Bayern Munich and Diogo Jota from Wolves.
But the Reds are prepared to trim down their squad and Brewster, Wilson and Grujic are three of the names on the chopping block.
Goal reports that Sheffield United have made their move for 20-year-old Brewster, whose current deal with Liverpool expires in 2023.
According to the publication, Burnley have lodged a bid of around £12m for 23-year-old Wilson.
Finally, Borussia Monchengladbach have reportedly submitted an offer for Grujic, who has been with Hertha Berlin for the last two seasons on loan.
Goal claims that Liverpool haven’t accepted any offers at the time of this writing, but the Reds are likely to seal deals for all three players before Monday.
The publication reports that the Reds are hoping to secure collectively around £50m from the deals for Brewster, Wilson and Grujic.
Brewster had been tipped as a future prospect for Liverpool, but the Reds striker faces stiff competition from the likes of Roberto Firmino, Divock Origi and Jota.
According to Goal, Sheffield United would be ready to offer £20m and potential add-ons to complete a deal for Brewster.
However, the publication’s sources have insisted that Liverpool would want to insert a buy-back clause in any deal involving the England U21 international.
Crystal Palace, Fulham and Brighton are also believed to be interested in Brewster.
Burnley could face competition for Wilson as the likes of Fulham, Southampton, Leeds and Newcastle have expressed interest in the player.
Goal says that Burnley’s opening offer for the Wales international is ‘thought to fall some way short of the Reds’ initial asking price.’
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