Divock Origi is being tracked by Borussia Dortmund as Liverpool look to ship out more players before end of the Euro transfer window.
But Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is standing firm on his £27million valuation for the player, report the Liverpool Echo.
The Belgium international, who has two years to run on his contract, is expected to leave Anfield before August 31.
The ECHO understands that the Bundesliga outfit have registered their interest but have yet to table an offer for the 23-year-old frontman.
Klopp is prepared to sanction the sale of Origi to his former club but the Reds are adamant his exit will be on their terms and they are prepared to hold out for what they want.
Klopp spoke last week about European clubs trying to "dump prices to get good football players" after the Premier League transfer window shut.
"That will not happen. We are not in a financial need situation where we have to do that," Klopp warned.
The ECHO understands that Wolves were prepared to pay £22million plus add-ons for Origi earlier this summer. However, after discussions between the two clubs, Origi wasn’t keen on moving to Molineux.
Loris Karius in talks to move to Besiktas
Besiktas want Loris Karius – and Jurgen Klopp is ready to let the distraught keeper leave Anfield.
The Turkish club have made an approach for the German who suffered a nightmare in the Champions’ League final.
Liverpool will listen to offers for Karius, whose future at Anfield looks uncertain after the arrival of Alisson in a then world record deal this summer.
Talks are ongoing and Besiktas are interested in a loan deal that could lead to a permanent move for the Germany U21 international.
And if he leaves, then Klopp will refuse to sanction a move for Simon Mignolet, with the Reds boss ready to keep one of his keepers to act as a number two to Alisson.
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10 talking points from Premier League weekend as Arsenal and Manchester United suffer defeats
Two of the Premier League’s big hitters suffered defeat on the second weekend of Premier League action.
Arsenal and Manchester United both have to pick up the pieces after coming unstuck at Chelsea and Brighton respectively.
Champions Manchester City sent out a warning to the rest of the league with their 6-1 thrashing of Huddersfield.
Tottenham overcame Fulham to put them onto six points, while Liverpool have to wait until Monday night before they face off against Crystal Palace.
Elsewhere, there were wins for Watford, Bournemouth, Leicester and Everton. The only draw of the weekend was played out between Cardiff and Newcastle.
Here are 10 talking points from the weekend…
Xherdan Shaqiri sends Gary Neville perfect response after Manchester United legend lost bet to Jamie Carragher
Xherdan Shaqiri has provided Gary Neville with a special Liverpool shirt to wear after the Manchester United great lost his bet with Jamie Carragher.
Earlier this month the Sky Sports pundits had a friendly wager over a penalty shoot-out whilst previewing the Premier League season.
The conversation between the pair went as follows:
Neville: "What’s the bet by the way? There’s got to be something on this."
Carragher: "Get you a better shirt?"
Neville: "My shirt is fine. You’ve got to wear a United shirt or I’ve got to wear a Liverpool shirt."
Carragher: "Yeah, go on."
After netting, Carragher announced: "That’s a Liverpool shirt – I’ll even buy it.
“23 Carragher on the back. No, I’ll tell you who’ll we’ll get, 23 Shaqiri on the back, he hates Shaqiri.”
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