anny Ings of Marko Grujic
- Liverpool have spent £150m in the current transfer window
- Both players have received offers from a number of clubs
Liverpool manager Jurgen Liverpool is ready to let Danny Ings and Marko Grujic leave Anfield this summer.
The duo are likely to have limited playing time if they remain at Anfield this season following the Reds' summer spending spree.
Klopp has spent well over £150m improving Liverpool so far this transfer window, with more names likely to join the Champions League finalists.
Meanwhile, Ings and Grujic are both attracting a wealth of interest at present and Klopp is happy for both players to leave but under certain conditions.
The German tactician is said to be happy for Ings to move on a permanent deal, with the Merseyside outfit expecting to receive around £20m for his services.
Ings has suffered a torrid time with injuries since moving to Anfield but the striker has been linked with a number of top flight clubs, including Newcastle, Burnley and Leicester City.
On the other hand, Grujic's exit will be a loan deal but the Serbian must first put pen to paper on a new contract at Anfield.
Crystal Palace and Cardiff are currently chasing Grujic, where he spent his loan spell last season.
Cardiff City boss Neil Warnock said this week: “I spoke to Marko yesterday, we are still optimistic, but we should know in the next few days.
“If he’s not staying there I think he will come to us, it all depends on the negotiations.
“There is a new contract involved, but it will be resolved, I’m sure they will make a decision shortly.”
Meanwhile, we earlier heard report that it took just 52 seconds for Egypt star striker Mohamed Salah to register his name in the scores sheet in Liverpool's 2-1 victory over Manchester City in the International Champions Cup in America.
The 26-year-old came in for Curtis Jones in the 62nd minute and equalised for the Reds barely one minute later.
A game the Anfield side went ahead to win with a 90th minute spot kick from Senegal striker Sadio Mane.