Liverpool have set a low price for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain ahead of an expected summer departure, with interest from home and abroad.
The transfer window is now officially open in England and discussions will be ongoing with players, agents and clubs regarding departures from Anfield.
In the final year of his contract and with little chance of entering the starting line-up at Liverpool, Oxlade-Chamberlain appears to be one of those set to exit.
If the Echo of Liverpool Believe it, the Reds are also asking for a fairly low fee for the 28-year-old.
They claim a bid of around £10million would be enough to secure a deal for Oxlade-Chamberlain, which represents a loss of 71.4% on their 2017 spend.
Liverpool paid £35million to sign the England midfielder from Arsenal five years ago, but injuries and competition for places have seen their stock plummet.
He made just seven appearances in the second half of the season, with the likes of Curtis Jones and Harvey Elliott favorites in the middle of the park.
The Echo corroborating Goal’s Neil Jones’ word that West Ham have expressed an interest in the No.15, adding that “a number of other clubs – including at least one from overseas – are keeping tabs”.
Oxlade-Chamberlain is highly unlikely to head to Man United, however, as talkSPORT reporter Alex Crook has suggested.
Liverpool are seeking higher fees for Neco Williams and Nat Phillips, with £15m valuations set for the pair as Fulham and Bournemouth seek permanent transfers.
Takumi Minamino is also set to leave this summer, with This is Anfield‘s David Lynch revealing that Leeds, Southampton, Wolves, Fulham and Monaco are all interested in a potential £17m deal.
Divock Origi is among seven players whose departure has already been confirmed when their contract expires on July 1, with a reshuffle in the ranks of Jurgen Klopp’s squad underway.