Liverpool will listen to offers in the region of £10m for forward Taiwo Awoniyi this summer, according to Liverpool Echo, relayed in an article by HITC.
The 21-year-old signed for the Reds back in 2015 from Nigeria’s Imperial Academy, however, the striker has been unable to get a work permit to play in the UK.
As a result of Awoniyi failing to gain a work permit, the forward has been sent out on loan to the likes of FSV Frankfurt, NEC Nijmegen, Royal Mouscron and Gent in recent years.
The Nigerian is now with Belgium side Royal Mouscron for a second loan stint and has scored 12 goals in 37 appearances.
Due to his work permit issues, the Reds are now considering cashing in on the forward and would listen to offers in the region of £10m for Awoniyi this summer.
Jurgen Klopp is keen to add to his squad over the summer, however, the Reds are also set for a summer clear out, and it appears as if Awoniyi could be one of the first to leave the club on a permanent basis.
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Kent has enjoyed a loan spell in Scotland with Steven Gerrard’s Rangers. The winger has admitted recently he would be open to a permanent move away from Anfield this summer.
Wilson has excelled for Derby County this season. The Reds are willing to consider permanent offers or loan moves for the Welshman.
Winger Camacho is valued by the Reds at £10m and is being strongly linked with a move to Sporting Lisbon.
Midfielder Grujic has impressed on loan with Hertha Berlin this season, with the Bundesliga side keen on making the move permanent over the summer.