Jurgen Klopp has admitted he will let reported Tottenham target Jordan Henderson leave Liverpool this summer if his skipper tells him he wants to go.
Henderson, having suffered an ongoing heel problem this season, has struggled to hit his best form since Klopp took charge and was substituted during their 1-1 Europa League draw at Manchester United on Thursday as the Reds progressed 3-1 on aggregate.
And both The Sun and the Mail on Sunday reckon Liverpool could fetch about £20million for the midfielder, which would be used to fund potential targets Mario Gotze, Leandro Paredes and Javier Hernandez.
Klopp refused to rule out Henderson’s departure should the player knock on his door following reported interest from Spurs.
“Nobody in the world, maybe only Messi, is unsellable,” said Klopp, whose team travel to Southampton on Sunday.
“I am pretty sure it is only a rumour [Spurs] but if not and if any player comes to me and says he doesn’t feel comfortable and wants to leave, style of play, more money, then you always have to start thinking.”