Liverpool are ready to listen for offers for Joe Allen, according to the Telegraph.
The midfielder has been one of the stand out performers for Wales at this summer’s European Championships, however the Merseyside outfit could be willing to do business if an acceptable offer is tabled.
A fee of £10m could be enough to persuade the Reds to sell, with the twenty-six year old having just twelve months remaining on his contract.
Allen moved to Anfield from Swansea City, following former manager Brendan Rodgers in the summer of 2012 and he has since racked up one hundred and twenty-nine appearances for the club in all competitions, scoring seven goals.
Internationally, he won his twenty-eighth senior cap for his country as Chris Coleman’s side eased to a 3-0 win over Russia on Monday evening to seal top spot in Group B and set up a last sixteen clash with Northern Ireland.