Liverpool are willing to sell centre-back Nat Phillips this summer.
Th 24-year old benefitted from the injury crisis at Anfield last season, playing 20 games in all competitions.
However, given the return to fitness of the likes of Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez, and the imminent arrival of Ibrahima Konaté from RB Leipzig, it is recognised that the could find himself pushed way down the pecking order again, with very limited first-team opportunities.
Phillips still has two years left in his current contract, but wants to be playing regular football.
The club are sympathetic to his situation and would be prepared to let him go for the right price, with Burnley, Brighton, Newcastle United and Southampton amongst the clubs to express an interest in him.
However, they are likely to have to offer considerably more than the £4 million that Swansea City offered to lure him to the Championship last year.
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