England Under-21 star has been on Merseyside for three years now.
Liverpool are prepared to allow talented young midfield player Jonjo Shelvey to leave the club this summer, says the Mail on Sunday.
The England international has been at Anfield for the past three seasons now, having originally been brought to the north west from Charlton Athletic by previous Reds head coach Rafa Benitez for an initial fee of just £1.7 million in May 2010.
However, in the intervening three-year period the 21-year-old has struggled to break into the Liverpool first team on a regular basis, although the previous campaign was Shelvey’s best to date on Merseyside with the player featuring in 33 matches in total in all competitions, scoring five goals in the process, including one strike in his 20 Premier League contests,.
That form, though, has not been enough to be able to persuade new Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers to keep the attacking midfield player at the club next season, and now the Northern Irishman is understood to be prepared to listen to offers for Shelvey when the summer transfer window reopens for business on July 1, with the likes of West Ham United, Swansea City and Norwich City all said to be keen on signing the player.