A report suggests that Liverpool has ‘received offers’ for three players because they all seem likely to leave before the deadline.
This summer, the Reds allowed the likes of Dejan Lovren, Ki-Jana Hoever and Adam Lallana to leave, while investing in Kostas Tsimikas, Thiago Alcantara and Diogo Jota to strengthen their squad.
And it seems unique that Liverpool is performing with outgoings with interest in Rhian Brewster, Harry Wilson and Marko Grujic ahead of the October 5 transfer deadline, with ‘all three in line to leave the club.’
Objective believes that Sheffield United leads the Brewster race with the Blades ‘ready to approve a move that would cost them up to £ 20 m including add-ons’ for the international under-21 England.
Liverpool plans to include a buy-back clause in any contract to let Brewster move on with the 20-year-old affiliated with Crystal Palace, Fulham and Brighton.
And finally, Grujic, who joined Liverpool for around £5m from Red Star Belgrade in 2016, is ‘the subject of an offer from Borussia Moenchengladbach’ after spending two years on loan at Hertha Berlin.
Grujic ‘accepts that competition for midfield places means he is unlikely to get regular game-time’ at Liverpool and ‘is understood to welcome the idea of a permanent move’.
The main stumbling block is likely to be the Reds’ £20m valuation of the midfielder with Liverpool ‘believing he has proven himself as a top-level midfield’.