Liverpool have moved on a number of players during this summer’s transfer window. The Reds have cashed in on deadwood and given fringe stars an opportunity to find first team football. More player sales are possible. According to ESPN, Liverpool are open to selling Naby Keita.
Massive summer clearout
Liverpool have been hard at work raising funds and trimming the squad.
Michael Edwards has moved on a number of players in the past few months.
In terms of loan moves we’ve seen Ben Woodburn join Hearts in the last week.
Whilst Leighton Clarkson has headed to Blackburn for the season and Sepp van den Berg has rejoined Preston North End.
In addition Ben Davies has sealed a loan move to Sheffield United.
The centre back joins Harry Wilson in the Championship with the Welshman having signed for Fulham.
Midfielder Marko Grujic has also left the club, he signed for Porto following a successful loan spell last season.
Smaller fees have been brought in for Taiwo Awoniyi and Liam Millar who have joined Union Berlin and Basel respectively.
Liverpool open to selling Naby Keita
This summer could still see further sales.
According to ESPN, Liverpool are open to selling Naby Keita.
The outlet has said the Reds will let the Guinean go if the right offer comes in.
Despite the potential sale the Reds are said to not be looking for further signings.
What RTK has to say
Liverpool selling Naby Keita would come as some surprise given that he’s started both of our opening league games.
The Reds moving him on would surely mean making a significant loss on the club record fee we paid for him.
We can’t see it happening. If he manages to get a decent amount of games under his belt this term then he may finally repay that fee.
The talent is there, we just need to see the consistency.