Liverpool will be giving midfielder Lucas Leiva permission to leave Anfield in order to seek first-team opportunities elsewhere.
According to ESPN FC, the Reds will listen to offers if they rise up to around £8m.
The Brazilian international was demoted to fifth choice in the Reds’ midfield, and he did not see any playing time in the season-opener against Stoke City.
The 28-year-old midfielder is not expected to receive any more first-team opportunities in Anfield, so it appears likely that he will be dealt.
His contract with Liverpool runs through 2017, but it seems a move away from the Merseyside club is his only option for increased first-team action.
James Milner, Philippe Coutinho and Jordan Henderson are all certainties to continue as first-team midfielders for Liverpool.
The Brazilian has also never made more than 32 appearances in the last four seasons.
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