Liverpool will listen to 'offers' for three players this summer

Liverpool are willing to listen to offers for three fringe players this summer transfer window.

According to Neil Jones of GOAL, as cited by Anfield Watch's Twitter account, offers will be heard by Liverpool for Takumi Minamino, Nat Phillips and Neco Williams this summer.

Minamino seems to be attracting a lot of interest with Leeds United, Lazio, and Inter Milan all showing interest in the Japanese international who Liverpool value at €20m according to Laziosiamonoi, as cited by LFC Transfer Room's Twitter account.

The Liverpool Echo, as cited by Anfield Watch's Twitter account, have also recently confirmed that the Reds have placed a £15m price tag on Phillips with multiple clubs interested in him. Amongst those teams are Bournemouth who Phillips helped guide to promotion to the Premier League whilst on loan with the Cherries last season.

David Lynch also told Anfield Watch that he expects Fulham to approach Liverpool in the summer to make Williams' loan move permanent.

Anfield Watch Verdict

Speaking before the Champions League final, as cited by Anfield Watch's Twitter account, Minamino said that he'll think about his future after his international games with Japan this summer.

"I have Japan matches too [in June] and there will be no time to rest up, but I’ll think about my future after the Champions League final. First I’m concentrating on the match," said Minamino.

"No one from Japan has ever stood on the [Champions League] final’s pitch, so I want to do that. When you try to prove yourself in a limited amount of time, scoring goals is the only option. I was absolutely fixated on that this season."

If Liverpool can sell those three players for around £15m each then that would be a great deal.

Minamino would be a loss but we could replace him quite easily with the fee we receive for him.

If we get £30m for two loan players who will most likely never play for Liverpool regularly then that would be some great business by Julian Ward and his team.

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