According to recent reports, Liverpool have rejected multiple bids for an out of favour striker. The bids have said come from fellow premier league outfit Leeds United and Ligue 1 club Monaco.
The player in question is Japanese international Takumi Minamino, who is way down in the pecking order for Liverpool. He has started only six games this season, with four of them coming in the Carabao cup.
Liverpool, however, are not ready to let the striker go. They have rejected bids from Leeds United and Monaco.
As speculation about departures from Anfield in the ongoing transfer window and in the upcoming summer window escalate, Klopp and his support staff are not ready to let Minanmino leave the club.
They still want him at the club, as Klopp believes that all of his forwards should be fighting for the positions up top.
With Salah’s contract issues still not sorted out, Liverpool want to play it safe and keep all their forwards with them.
However, this will not be an easy thing to do for the Reds as multiple clubs are looking to sign not only Takumi Minamino but also the other bench warmer, Divock Origi.
Atalanta sees Origi as a potential replacement for striker Zapata, while the recently rich Newcastle are also looking to sign the Belgian forward.
With Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah mostly set to be back for the next game, the Liverpool team is looking like it’s almost back to its full strength.
Do you think Liverpool should hold on to Minanmino, or do you think the Japanese international should be let free to go and the Reds should use this money to sign another forward?