Liverpool are willing to let Dejan Lovren leave Anfield this summer but they want £25 million in return, according to the Times.
They report that Michael Edwards will let the Croatian international leave so long as he continues his recent trend of getting top dollar for outgoing first-teamers.
Lovren earns £100,000-a-week at Anfield according to Spotrac, meaning that the figures could soon stack up for any potential suitor looking to bring the 29-year-old in this summer.
AC Milan are the only side named in the report as interested in Lovren, but it remains to be seen whether they would meet the lofty valuation.
Lovren has had his critics at Anfield and now looks to be fourth choice central defender at Liverpool, behind Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip.
At 29, it could be that he wants to make one final move to get regular football, but equally, he may be content to be part of a Champions League winning squad as well as one that has designs on the Premier League title.
In truth, it would be surprising if a suitor stumped up £25 million for Lovren this summer but nothing can be ruled out as the transfer market gets crazier and crazier.