A list of potential Liverpool departures has emerged for the summer transfer window.
Paul Joyce has name-dropped several senior Reds who could be on the move in the coming months. Liverpool have already bid farewell to long-time servants Adam Lallana and Dejan Lovren, with more outgoings potentially on the cards.
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The reporter for The Times has listed Loris Karius, Harry Wilson, Marko Grujic, Xherdan Shaqiri and Divock Origi as players who ‘look dispensable’.
Liverpool are yet to make a signing this summer but are interested in bringing Norwich’s Jamal Lewis to Anfield.
Many Kopites are discussing the idea of these players leaving the club and it seems the fanbase is divided. One supporter believes ‘there’s a good £80m to be had there’ if Liverpool are to cash in on all five players. Another fan thinks they could make £100m ‘if Edwards does his masterclass’. Indeed, the base market value for the five players stands at over £60m, which can be inflated if Edwards can do some good work on the market.
Read more replies from the Anfield faithful here:
Shaqiri doesn’t deserve this
— LAUREN 💕 (@lolo_davids) August 6, 2020
Keep origi and Wilson easily make around £50m-£65m on karius, Grujic and shaq add larouci as he wants to leave, Woodburn as he went down hill, loan fees on Adam Lewis,the lovren money we should make around £100m and spend it on Thiago £30m, Jamal Lewis £15m, sarr £30m, kabak £30m
— Geraint Williams (@GerWillzLFC) August 7, 2020
My lord divock is going no where son pic.twitter.com/AknNcd9doj
— Luke candlin (@LukeCandlin) August 6, 2020
If Edwards does his master class transfer tactics we could make 100 million off these players and Could get Thiago and Sarr and maybe even A Cb. Won’t happen but we can hope.
— Geo (@DedejGeo) August 6, 2020
Least £80 mill there minimum
— Syed Mustafa Haider (@syedlfc5000) August 6, 2020
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