According to The Express, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is preparing to sell both Divock Origi and Xherdan Shaqiri in a bid to raise over £30m for the club.
The Reds pair both sit firmly on the fringes of the first XI at Anfield and have been touted with moves away from the club in the last few transfer windows.
Both Origi and Shaqiri have featured this term but only sporadically, with Origi putting in a particularly poor performance last night as the Reds lost at home to Atalanta in Europe.
The Express claims that Liverpool could look to fetch in over £30m for the pair, money which could then be used by Klopp to fund a January window splurge given their defensive injury crisis.
Origi is lauded by Reds fans for crucial goals against the likes of Spurs and Everton in the last few seasons. Shaqiri, meanwhile, has shown glimpses of his quality but has never quite cemented a regular spot under Klopp.
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Jurgen Klopp always comes across like he is loyal to his troops and is always against making massive changes to the squad it seems.
However, the performance last night will have set some alarm bells ringing and the Liverpool boss will have some sort of acceptance in him that things might need to change.
If he can get £30m+ for these two players then that is good business. The replacements will be key, but £30m in the coffers definitely helps.