Starlet midfielder Jordon Ibe has become the latest of the club’s players to knock back the offer of an improved contract, according to The Sun.
The 19-year-old apparently rejected an offer to make the jump from his present deal of £7,000-per-week to £25,000-per-week.
But the future star, who so far only has 12 first team appearances under his belt, is refusing to sign the new contract, and could join his friend Raheem Sterling through the Anfield exit door this summer.
Sterling himself has already rejected a new deal worth an estimated £5m per year.
And defender Martin Skrtel now faces an unsure future after rejecting an offer of a three-year deal as any contract would stipulate that he must play a minimum number of games.
The likes of Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City are all said to be looking on with interest, but Brendan Rodgers will likely try again to secure his long term future beyond the two-years he still has left on his current deal.