Liverpool look set to generate up to £100m with several players likely to leave, including goalkeeper Loris Karius.

With Liverpool’s current summer spending recently hitting over £150m as confirmed by Sky Sources, it’s now been reported that Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is looking to offload up to several first team players with the club looking to generate up to £100m.

With Liverpool officially signing goalkeeper Alisson for a world record fee for a goalkeeper, believed to be in the region of £67m as reported by Sky Sources, it now seems that Loris Karius days on Merseyside are limited with Jurgen Klopp confirming that the Brazilian has been signed to become the clubs number one goalkeeper.

The German goalkeeper has now revealed he is considering his future at Liverpool and with the goalkeeper already making a few mistakes this pre-season it looks likely that the player will leave this summer.

It looks likely that more names are to join Karius in what looks a summer clear out for Klopp’s side including players such as Divock Origi, Danny Ings, Sheyi Ojo, Lazar Markovic.

According to reports Belgium forward Divock Origi could be a target for Spanish outfit Valencia with a rumoured £27m on the cards. Strikers Danny Ings is believed to be a target for several Premier League clubs including Southampton, Newcastle and Crystal Palace. Liverpool’s asking price is believed to be in a region of around £20m, something that appears to be a stumbling block for the interested parties.

It looks likely that Ojo could be set to drop back down to the Championship with Reading and Middlesbrough both holding an interest in the wide man.

Lazar Markovic is currently involved in pre-season for Liverpool however it looks likely that the Serbian will be offloaded before the window closes and is suggested to be wanted by clubs in Greece and Turkey after enduring a loan spell in Belgium last season.

After a successful loan period at Cardiff City last season, Marko Grujic is suggested to have a few suitors including Cardiff and Italian club Lazio, however Klopp is suggested to be happy to keep the Serbian midfielder in his ranks but will allow Ben Woodburn a loan move after the club’s pre-season tour of America to gain first team football for the upcoming season.

#LFC fans, out of these names who would you like to see Liverpool keep or sell and why? Do you feel they are all surplus to requirements? And with Liverpool’s transfer business so far this summer where do you see the club finishing? Let us know by commenting below or tweeting us at @AllOutFootball_ with the hashtag #AOF!