Liverpool have reportedly not set an asking price for Dejan Lovren, despite alleged interest from AC Milan.
Injuries resulted in the centre-back making just 11 starts in the Premier League last season, leading to suggestions that Jurgen Klopp may be open to parting ways with the Croatia international.
AC Milan have been strongly linked with an approach for the 29-year-old, with it is being claimed that Liverpool would look to receive in the region of £25m.
However, Sky Sports News says that the Champions League winners have not placed a price-tag on the former Southampton man, nor are they actively looking to sell him in the coming weeks.
Lovren still has two years remaining on his contract, meaning that there is little pressure on Liverpool to cash in on the player over the next 12 months.