Liverpool striker price tag rises higher with a number of clubs keen
Liverpool disgruntled striker Danny Ings is widely expected to leave the Reds after admitting his desire to depart for regular first team football.
Crystal Palace were rumoured to be front-runners in the race for his signature but reports have emerged that a deal has been inconclusive amid interest from other Premiership clubs.
Leicester City, Southampton and Newcastle are understood to have also submitted their interest in the striker and this could lead to the soaring of his initial 20 million pounds valuation slapped by his current club.
The Merseysiders are seeking to recoup some of the funds invested on replenishing the squad and are looking to shift out the deadwood to free up further space for the burgeoning youngsters coming up the ranks
Simon Mignolet and Winger Lazar Markovic are widely expected to depart over the coming days with Barcelona and Fernabache mooted as possible destinations for both fringe players.
Manager Jurgen Klopp would also listen to offers for Divock Origi, Seyi Ojo, Marko Grugic and Loris Karius as he looks to trim down the heavily bloated squad ahead of their opening Premier League opening encounter with West Ham next weekend.