Liverpool have slapped a £14m price tag on Wales international Joe Allen, according to the Mail Online.
The midfielder, who is currently starring at the European Championships in France, was the subject of an £8m bid from former club Swansea City last month, which was dismissed by the Reds.
However, Jurgen Klopp would be willing to sell at the right price as he looks to assemble a squad for his first full campaign in charge at Anfield.
Allen swapped South Wales for Merseyside in the summer of 2012, shortly after his former manager Brendan Rodgers made the same journey.
Since then, he has racked up one hundred and twenty-nine appearances in all competitions, scoring seven goals.
He has been capped thirty times for his country, with his last outing coming in Friday evening’s historic quarter-final victory over Belgium.
Wales can now be backed at a price of 8/1 to win Euro 2016.