Liverpool are prepared to sell 4 players to raise funds for Thiago, others

Liverpool are prepared to sell 4 players to raise funds for Thiago, others

- Liverpool have been on the trail of Bayern Munich’s Thiago Alcantara for some time now

- The Reds are keen on bolstering their midfield with the Spaniard

- Jurgen Klopp is now ready to sell four Liverpool players to raise the needed £27million

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Liverpool are desperately in need of a midfielder and Jurgen Klopp has been told by the club that he needs to raise funds if he truly wants to bring Bayern Munich’s Thiago to Anfield.

Club legend Jamie Carragher has disclosed that the reigning Premier League champions have been told to bring £27million for Thiago by Bayern Munich.

Recall that Klopp had to let Dejan Lovren leave the club before he could prosecute the signing of left-back Konstantinos Tsimikas for £11.75m.

"Liverpool have got three or four players in the squad they are looking to move on,” Carragher started.

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"I think the huge clamour for Thiago is a little bit disrespectful to Liverpool's current midfield three."

Liverpool are prepared to sell 4 players to raise funds for Thiago, others

Liverpool desperate to have Thiago in their midfield. Photo Credit: Getty Images
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Other players that could be sold include Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Xherdan Shaqiri and Nabi Keita should any club make an offer to the Reds.

And meanwhile, Kylian Mbappe has reportedly told Paris Saint-Germain he wants to leave the club next summer, reports claim.

According to The Times, the France international wants to join either of the Premier League giants Manchester United or Liverpool.

It is understood the 21-year-old has told the French champions that he wants to leave at the end of this season.

The World Cup winner signed a five-year deal with the Parisians in 2018 following a £165million move from Monaco making him the second-highest transfer fee ever paid for a footballer.

The World Cup winner signed a five-year deal with the Parisians in 2018 following a £165million move from Monaco making him the second-highest transfer fee ever paid for a footballer.

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Legit.ng earlier reported that Rio Ferdinand has backed Man United, City and Chelsea to challenge Liverpool for the Premier League crown next season.

Liverpool will be keen to reclaim the title which they won last season after a scintillating campaign that saw them finish top with 99 points.

A massive 18 points separated title-winners The Reds and closest challengers Man City as Jürgen Klopp led the Anfield outfit to triumph for the first time since 1990.

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