Liverpool are set to demand £25m to let central defender Dejan Lovren leave the club this summer.
According to The Times journalist Paul Joyce, Liverpool will only sell Lovren for a minimum of £25m.
Twitter: Would take bids of at least £25m for Liverpool to even consider letting Dejan Lovren leave. No contact from AC Mila… https://t.co/ynqFwxReXb (@_pauljoyce)
Joyce claims that there has been no contact from AC Milan, but they do rate Lovren highly – which suggests that there could be interest later in the window.
Lovren fell out of favour in the second half of the campaign, although it could be put down to an injury he suffered in the FA Cup against Wolves in January.
Joel Matip took his place in the team and became a regular fixture alongside Virgil Van Dijk in the defence, leaving Lovren to end the season watching on from the bench for Liverpool.
Players who could leave Liverpool this summer
After a season of sitting on the bench for Liverpool, Mignolet could look to move away from the club next season.
Of course, Dejan Lovren is one. The Croatian international could go in search of more regular game time.
Clyne spent the second half of the campaign on loan to Bournemouth and could be eyeing a permanent deal with Eddie Howe’s side.
Lallana has endured a couple of injury-hit seasons with Liverpool and could need a move away from the club to get his career back on track.