Liverpool could bank £118 MILLION from player sales this summer

Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp. (Photo by Max Maiwald/DeFodi Images via Getty Images)
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Liverpool Loris Karius
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The first £21 million in sales

We’ve got a lot of players hanging around his value bracket, and it’ll be interesting to see if the club decides to move them all on.

Loris Karius won’t be staying with Besiktas after two years on loan at the Turkish side, so Liverpool will need to make a decision about the German now.

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Can they convince him to be Alisson‘s back up, or will Adrian get the gig for 2020/2021? With a value of £4.5 million, the Reds will aim to get around that fee for the goalkeeper.

One player who definitely doesn’t have an Anfield future is Nathaniel Clyne. He’s now recovered from his horrible knee injury, but doesn’t play football in the style Klopp desires. But with plenty of Premier League experience and some international pedigree – and don’t forget that precious homegrown status – Clyne could fetch £9 million.

Sheyi Ojo and Ovie Ejaria often seem to be mentioned in the same breath and it’s true that both of their career’s have struggled to hit the heights once predicted of them. Ojo has 19 appearances for Rangers this season, Ejaria 32 for Reading in the Championship. Selling both would bring in £4.2 million.

And finally we have young Taiwo Awoniyi. Awoniyi has struggled to get a work permit to play in England, did well during his time in Belgium but has struggled for minutes in Germany this season. Any bid around £3.5 million would secure this services.

A special mention should go to Pedro Chirivella, who deserves to secure a permanent move away after promising cup performances. He could fetch around £500,000.