Liverpool are ready to sell Taiwo Awoniyi and have put a transfer fee of €9.3 million (4.7 billion naira) on the Nigerian striker, according to HardTackle.
The Reds signed Awoniyi for a reported €1.1 million in 2015, after he impressed with Golden Eagles at the FIFA U-17 World Cup.
He is however yet to make a single appearance for Liverpool because of work permit issues.
The 23-year-old has gone on several spells on loan in Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands, with FSV Mainz 05 paying Liverpool €500,000 to acquire the services of the Nigerian forward during the 2019/20 Bundesliga season.
Awoniyi spent the 2020/2021 campaign at Union Berlin, where he produced five goals and four assists in 22 games across all competitions.
With his work permit finally granted earlier this year, the former Royal Mouscron man retained hopes he could finally be given a chance to make his breakthrough at Anfield.
But the Reds have other plans and have listed Awoniyi among players likely to be sold during this summer transfer window.
With a few EFL Championship clubs showing interest in the former Flying Eagles star, Liverpool will only let him join any suitor ready to cough out over €9.3 million for him.
The former Premier League champions have already rejected a bid of 2.5 billion naira (€5 million) from Belgian giants Anderlecht for the Nigerian striker.
Awoniyi is contracted to Liverpool until the summer of 2023.
Senator Adamu Bulkachuwa, the Chairman Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, has made it clear the Nigerian Government will not bow to the demands of those he labelled as 'insurgents' in the South East.
According to the lawmaker, the Igbo-dominated South East region had tried separating from the country before which resulted to a civil war.
Bulkachuwa wondered if they (South East) want to take the same route again, warning that Nigerian government will have no choice.
According to him, the government will fight them and give them what they want.
"There are people who feel democracy is not good enough for them and they want to devise their own means of belonging to this entity called Nigeria and if they don’t have their...
Spartak Trnava defender, Izuchukwu Anthony, has been handed a late call-up to the Nigeria senior national team, ahead of Friday’s international friendly against Cameroon.
The 23-year-old was invited following injuries to regular faces in the squad.
Torino’s Ola Aina, West Bromwich Albion’s Semi Ajayi, FC Porto’s Zaidu Sanusi, Benfica’s Tyronne Ebuehi and Hoffenheim’s Kevin Akpoguma have all been ruled out.
Anthony was part of the Nigeria U23 squad that failed to impress at the 2019 Africa U23 Cup of Nations staged in Egypt.
There, he featured in all games but Imama Amapakabo’s men failed to get past the group stage – which ultimately cost them a place in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
In the 2020-21 campaign, he...
England winger, Bukayo Saka, has described scoring the winner against Austria on Wednesday night, as the biggest moment in his career so far.
The Arsenal youngster opened his senior international account with the game's only goal in the 56th minute.
Saka was included in England's Euro 2020 squad this week after another fine campaign with the Gunners.
"Probably the biggest moment of my career so far.
"The biggest moment was getting called up for England the first time and now to score the goal it sounds nice, it is an amazing feeling for me.
"You dream of that as a kid, scoring for your country, coming through the age groups. So to now do it here and...