Mamadou Sakho will be sold in the summer for whatever price Liverpool deem fit.
There is no clause which dictates the amount a potential buyer must reach, Jurgen Klopp has claimed.
“There is no clause in the loan contract,” he told reporters at Melwood on Thursday, cited in the Echo.
Sakho is currently enjoying a phenomenal loan spell at Crystal Palace in which his performances have almost singlehandedly helped the Eagles get out of the relegation battle.
They’ve collected 15 points in this six games since his introduction to the side, making them the best team in the country on current form..
Many supporters want Klopp to reintegrate Sakho into the squad and are using his displays for Palace as evidence of his brilliance, but we just can’t see it happening.
Their relationship is too damaged and if Klopp saw a future for the Frenchman he would have at least made the bench in a game before Christmas, especially considering our defensive problems.
Still, we’re likely to receive a whopping sum for the 27-year-old, potentially over £30m, which will hopefully enable us to buy someone equally as good.
Virgil van Dijk is the dream and although Southampton have no intention of selling, a bid of £40m+ should at least tempt them into discussions.