Liverpool hope to generate around £60million by selling three players this summer.
The Reds have made just one signing so far this summer, with the fee involved in Dominic Solanke’s arrival from Chelsea to be decided at a future tribunal.
They have been linked with moves for RB Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita and Roma winger Mohamed Salah, while a potential club-record move for Southampton’s Virgil van Dijk has collapsed.
In an effort to boost their summer transfer kitty, they are looking to sell three players, according to Paul Joyce of The Times.
The club remain confident of selling Mamadou Sakho for around £30m, despite Crystal Palace pulling out of the race for the France international due to his high valuation.
Lazar Markovic is another Jurgen Klopp is keen to offload, with Watford considering making a club-record £20m move.
Marco Silva, the new Hornets manager, signed Markovic on loan for Hull where the Serbian impressed despite the club’s relegation.
The final player the Reds are actively looking to sell is one Alberto Moreno, valued at £12m. Atletico Madrid, Inter Milan and AC Milan have previously been linked.