Jamie Carragher feels that Liverpool should sell out Dejan Lovren this summer if any club comes with a decent offer for his services.
The Liverpool defender has two years remaining on his current deal at Anfield.
The Croatian, who earns £100,000 per week, is unable to make through the starting lineup in the central defensive pecking order at Anfield, as Joel Matip is now being preferred as Virgil van Dijk’s centre-back partner.
The 29-year-old joined Liverpool from Southampton in the summer of 2014 for around £20 million and has made 170 appearances in across all the competitions for the Merseyside outfit.
Carragher thinks that the Croatia international’s time at Anfield is over, however, suggested Liverpool should sell him this summer, and a good offer is made for him.
“He’s far too injury prone for me so if someone made a good offer and you could buy someone without breaking the bank [you should sell him], because you’ve got Gomez there who was outstanding at the start of the season, you give him one more chance as well. Unfortunately for him [Lovren] he gets a lot of injuries, and you can’t afford to have players in your squad who get injured all the time.”
Liverpool has the combination of Joe Gomez and Joel Matip ready to partner Van Dijk, so it could be said that Jurgen Klopp doesn’t even need to replace Lovren if he sold him this summer.
With two years still on the remaining on Lovren’s current deal, yet the Reds will be looking for a reasonable amount of money for the defender.
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