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Summer clear-out could net Liverpool £100 million

A summer sale of fringe players could net Liverpool £100 million in the transfer market.

That is according to The Daily Mailwho report that Bundesliga side Hertha Berlin are set to make the loan of Marko Grujic into a permanent deal for £20 million, whilst Harry Wilson who has been lent to Championship play-off finalists Derby County will command a similar fee.

Full-back Nathaniel Clyne, who is available following his loan spell at Bournemouth, is expected to go for £15 million, and back-up goalkeeper Simon Mignolet would cost any club willing to buy him £14 million.

Elsewhere, there have also been offers for young players like Rafa Camacho, Sheyi Ojo, and Ovie Ejara, combined proceeds from the sale of which will help boost the Anfield transfer kitty this summer.

Meanwhile Ryan Kent, the young Scotland Player of the Year will cost Rangers £12 million if they want to buy him on a permanent basis, after his impressive first season under Steven Gerrard at Ibrox.

That is according to The Daily Mailwho report that Bundesliga side Hertha Berlin are set to make the loan of Marko Grujic into a permanent deal for £20 million, whilst Harry Wilson who has been lent to Championship play-off finalists Derby County will command a similar fee.

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