Jurgen Klopp is prepared to trim back his squad ahead of the new campaign which begins a fortnight from now.
Klopp has been busy doing business for the club over the summer window.
The German tactician has been praised for the high profiles he poached successfully to the club after enjoying a terrific last season.
The huge splash on Alisson, Fabinho, Naby Keita will force the club’s hand as they keen on axing some key figures that made it into their bucket-list.
Belgium internationals Divock Origi and Simon Mignolet will be trim from the squad this summer.
According to reports, Mignolet wants to seek game time elsewhere after expensive arrival Alisson Becker was signed this month.
Mignolet is Liverpool’s second choice shot-stopper, which means the arrival of Alisson pushes him to third in the perking order.
On the other hand, Origi will exit the Merseysiders after a horrible season in Bundesliga outfit Wolfsburg.
The striker struggled to find the back of the net in 34 appearances for the top-tier club, managing only six goals for Wolfsburg.
Spanish outfit Valencia need a new centre-forward and Origi’s suggested imminent exit has turned their heads his way.
Liverpool want 27 million pounds for the 23-year-old, but Valencia could dodge that asking fee.
Mignolet however, is valued north of 10 million pounds and has won plenty of interests from clubs across Europe. Newcomers Fulham, Besiktas, Napoli and Barcelona are understood to be interested in the 30-year-old.