Reds defender eyes exit.
Liverpool centre-half Martin Skrtel is considering quitting the club and has admitted there are a number of offers on the table.
The Slovakian star is attracting interested from Champions Manchester City, as well as Arsenal and AC Milan, and has admitted that he is open to all offers – including extended his contract at Anfield.
Skrtel was named Liverpool’s player of the year and helped the club lift the Carling Cup last season but was left frustrated by the club’s dismal 8th placed finish and failure to qualify for the Champions League.
The 27-year-old also revealed his dislike for some of Kenny Dalglish’s methods and is pleased that Brendan Rodgers has taken over on Merseyside.
“There exists a number of offers but without the permission of Liverpool nothing can move forward,” Skrtel is quoted as saying in the Metro.
“We have been in talks about a new contract but it has not moved forward. At the moment I am a Liverpool player and what happens in future in football you can never foresee.
“Thanks to him, the atmosphere within the club has changed. It is now more relaxed.
“He told us right on the first training session we had the door open any time and anything we need we should come to him. He is a little bit different from Dalglish in this,” he added.
With Kolo Toure set to leave the club this summer, Man City are in the market for another centre-half and will move for Skrtel if Liverpool indicate any willingness to sell.
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