Liverpool are willing to entertain offers for up to five players this summer as the Reds prepare to focus their efforts on shifting players from Jurgen Klopp’s squad, according to reports. The Champions League finalists have now agreed a deal with Aberdeen to sign 18-year-old right-back Calvin Ramsay, who will cost an initial £4m plus £1.5m in performance-related add-ons.
Liverpool are not expected to sign any new central midfielders, something that Oxalde-Chamberlain may consider when assessing his future.
There has been firm interest in Minamino though and his agent is currently in talks with both Monaco and Lyon over a move.
Premier League clubs including Leeds and Wolves have also shown interest in the Japanese international.
He is valued at £17m by Liverpool, who signed the attacker from RB Salzburg in January 2020 for a fee of around £7.25m.
Bournemouth have also enquired about signing Nat Phillips on loan again following a successful spell on the South Coast.
Phillips helped the Cherries seal their return back to the Premier League and Scott Parker wants to keep him for another season.
Williams also remains of interest to Fulham, where he shone in the second half of the campaign on the Cottagers’ way to the Championship title.
The arrival of Ramsay is expected to push the Welshman even further down the pecking order.
Fulham are yet to return to the table with a bid to sign Williams though, as of yet.