Liverpool is ‘willing to listen to proposals’ for one of its main forwards this summer

According to, Liverpool is’set to listen to offers’ for one of its prized offensive talents this summer, sources say. It comes as the Merseyside club already has a plethora of excellent attackers who can lead their lines. Jurgen Klopp’s side has been plagued by injuries in recent weeks, with Darwin Nunez, Mohamed Salah, and Diogo Jota all out; but, the German boss has placed his trust in numerous academy graduates.

However, Liverpool’s future seems bright, as the matchday team for their Carabao Cup triumph against Chelsea included eight academy graduates. And, with so many excellent players emerging through the ranks, Liverpool may be ready to let Luis Diaz depart the club this summer, according to The Sun.

According to the outlet,’several Spanish teams are interested in the Colombian forward’, who joined Liverpool in 2022 from Porto for £50 million. Diaz has appeared 35 times for Liverpool this season, contributing 10 goals and five assists. However, a transfer away from Anfield might be determined by Mohamed Salah’s future, with most conjecture centered on whether the Egyptian star would stay or leave the club.

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Mail Sport’s Chris Sutton recently urged on Salah, whose contract is slated to expire in 2025, to provide Liverpool supporters with clarity and eliminate speculation over his future by stating whether he will remain or go. Liverpool might now enter a transitional period, with Klopp likely to leave at the end of the season and speculations circulating that former sports director Michael Edwards may return to the club in some position.

Joel Matip and Thiago Alcantara will be out of contract in the summer, while Virgil van Dijk, Salah, and Trent Alexander-Arnold’s contracts will all end in 2025. Andy Robertson has also surfaced as a transfer target for Bayern Munich in recent days, with his contract with the club expiring in 2026.

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