Liverpool name their price for Dejan Lovren?
Liverpool could reportedly be prepared to sanction the sale of defender Dejan Lovren, provided any suitor is willing to match their £25m asking price.
According to Sport Mediaset, the Rossoneri are said to hold an interest in signing the Croatia international but they are awaiting the recruitment of a new head coach before lodging an approach.
The same publication claims that the Reds are not actively aiming to sell the World Cup finalist but they could demand at least £25m, should the Rossoneri make a formal enquiry.
The centre-back struggled for regular gametime during the course of the previous campaign and he was restricted to just 14 starts with Virgil van Dijk, Joel Matip and Joe Gomez ahead of him in the pecking order.
Lovren has previously been the subject of criticism from a section of the Reds' supporters but he has managed to curb on his mistakes in the past few seasons under Jurgen Klopp.