Liverpool have received bids for Rhian Brewster, Marko Grujic and Harry Wilson, according to the Liverpool Echo. The Reds value the trio at a combined £60m but it remains to be seen whether the offers on the table are satisfactory to the club.
Brewster is thought to have at least a dozen clubs after him, with Sheffield United and Crystal Palace said to be the most interested in taking him on a permanent basis.
Grujic is believed to be interesting clubs in Germany, although it isn’t known whether the offers on the table are simply loan deals. There is still a possibility that the Serbian could stay put with manager Jurgen Klopp impressed with his display in the 7-2 win over Lincoln in the Carabao Cup last week. However, with so many midfield options, he would be sold if a club matches his asking price.
In Wilson’s case, things are slightly more complicated. Burnley are believed to be very interested in the Welshman but the winger’s future is tied to Xherdan Shaqiri.
The Swiss international will be offloaded if a satisfactory bid is made and if that happens, Wilson will be staying at Anfield for the remainder of the season.