Liverpool News: Wijnaldum, Brewster And 3 Players Expected to Leave Liverpool Before Transfer Deadline

Liverpool are currently negotiation with several clubs who are interested in signing some of their superstars or fringe players. Accordign to Liverpool Echo, Livperool will sell at least 6 players this summer if they recieve reasonable offers for them.

The club manager Jurgen Klopp spoke extensively about transfers and the need to trim the squad from 30 to 25 or 24 but, refused to give details about which player will leave in the next 72 hrs.

Here are the six players Liveprool will likely sell:

Rhian Brewster: Sheffield United have reportedly reached an agreement to sign Liveprool’s star Rhian Brewster. The highly rated striker will join Sheffield United in a 23.5m deal and sign a 3 year deal worth 75,000-a-week.

Harry Wilson– The 24-year-old Wales international will likely be leaving Liverpool before the transfer window closes. The midfielder have already seen several offers made from him and six alone are from England- Aston Villa, Leeds, Newcastle Untied, Leicester City, Southampton and Fulham.

He has also received offers from Spanish clubs and Italian clubs.


Xherdan Shaqiri– The Swiss international will likely be leaving Liverpool this summer having received two good offers from Sevilla and Lazio. Shaqiri wants to play regular football and compete for major honours with a top European club which Liverpool clearly understands and will sanction his move.

Gini WIjnaldum– The 29-year-old Dutch international could be joining Barcelona before the transfer window closes. Wijnaldum is reportedly wanted by Barcelona who are waiting for the final hours of the transfer window to make a take or leave it offer to Liverpool.

Barcelona are aware that Wijnaldum have nine months left on his Liverpool contract and will likely offer 20 or 25m which Liverpool won’t say no to.

Marko Grujic- The 26-year-old will likely be leaving Liverpool this summer if a good offers comes in for him. Although, there’s a possibility Jurgen Klopp might decide to keep his first major signing at Liverpool and try and improve him.

The loan moves have done little to make him the dream player Klopp wants him to be.

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