Anfield side look to bring in further summer additions.
Liverpool are to enter the race for highly rated Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama but having already signed four players this summer, the Daily Star believes that any move to bring in the Kenyan will have to be funded by player sales.
Brendan Rodgers successfully permanently offloaded Andy Carroll, recouping around half the £35m paid to Newcastle United for the forward, and now the Northern Irishman hopes to sell Jordan Henderson to make room for Wanyama.
After two solid seasons at Parkhead, 22-year-old Wanyama appears ready to make his move south of the border and though Southampton are said to have had a bid accepted there is every chance that the box-to-box performer would prefer a move to Liverpool, should the Merseyside club also succeed with a move for the former Beerschot midfielder.
Henderson has been a massive disappointment since his move to Liverpool and is seemingly a player Rodgers is willing to sacrifice in order to finance a move for Wanyama.
However, it seems unlikely that any interested party would offer anywhere near the £20m the club paid Sunderland for the central midfielder, so once again the club must consider the possibility of taking a massive loss on a bad acquisition.
Wanyama proved very effective in Celtic’s Champions League run last season, perhaps an indication that he can cut it at the highest level.