Liverpool are ready to let go of central defender Dejan Lovren so long as the price is right.
The Champions League winning team, Liverpool, are ready to let go of Dejan Lovren if the suitor is ready to pay their asking fee of £25m.
According to a journalist by the name Paul Joyce, Liverpool are only ready to sell Lovren for a minimum fee of £25m.
Would take bids of at least £25m for Liverpool to even consider letting Dejan Lovren leave. No contact from AC Milan, but their prospective new sporting director Ricky Massara rates Lovren highly. @TimesSport
— paul joyce (@_pauljoyce) June 12, 2019
The journalist further claimed that Italian giants AC Milan do rate the central defender very highly. Consequently, they may eventually make a bid for the defender. However, there are no concrete interests for now.
The defender fell out of favour with manager Jurgen Klopp in the second half of the season. It became more difficult for him to get back to the starting lineup as they were on a cruise while he suffered an injury.
Joel Matip was favoured to partner undisputed star Virgil van Dijk at the heart of defence.
At the moment, it is rumoured that the Reds are one of the several top teams in Europe vying to sign Ajax teenage sensation Matthijs De Ligt.
The capture of the young captain by the Merseysiders would render Lovren’s stay at the club useless.