Liverpool star edges closer to exit as club is ready to listen to offers for him

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Liverpool will be busy in the summer transfer window as the club is expected to make signings and sanction some big sales.

Following the arrival of manager Arne Slot this summer, the Dutch manager will be given the backing by the club in the transfer market to make big decisions.

The Reds have been linked with a move to Anthony Gordon recently while a defender and a midfielder is likely to be signed following the exit of Joel Matip and Thiago Alcantara this summer.

According to a report from the Football Insider, Liverpool are ready to listen to offers for winger Luis Diaz.

The Colombian international has been linked with a move away from the club, with Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain mentioned as the clubs interested in signing him.

The pacey winger has been a starter for the Reds under Jurgen Klopp but following the German manager’s departure from the club, the former Porto man is reportedly unhappy at the club, as reported by Mundo Deportivo.

As per the report, Diaz is unhappy with some of the criticism he has received during his time at the club.

Luis Diaz is being linked with a move away from Liverpool.

In 37 Premier League matches last season, the left-winger scored eight goals for the Reds and provided five assists.

He is one of the first names in the starting-line up but there is still room for improvement in his game, with his final output often criticised.

Diaz has a contract till 2027 at Anfield after joining the club in January 2022.

Liverpool should cash in on him

However, interest from outside is increasing in his services and Liverpool are seriously tempted to cash in on him.

The links with Gordon are intensifying and that might push Diaz closer to the exit door at Anfield.

With uncertainty increasing about Diaz’s future at the club, it might be the best time for the Reds to let the player leave the club.

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