A selection of the latest stories in the media involving Liverpool Football Club this Tuesday morning.
Liverpool dismissed a second bid in the region of £40 million but the reports states that the Reds will 'reluctantly' do business if a £50 million valuation is met by last season's Premier League runners-up.
The same report from the Echo suggests that Liverpool have yet to return with a fresh bid for Southampton right-back Nathaniel Clyne after having an initial £10 million approach rejected by the Saints.
Clyne reportedly has his heart set on a move to Anfield but the Reds are prepared to bide their time in order to land the defender.
The Daily Mirror is reporting that as many as eight players could leave the club this summer as Brendan Rodgers embarks on a clear out.
Mario Balotelli, Luis Alberto, Jose Enrique and Javier Manquillo are all expected to be offloaded while there could be moves for Lucas Leiva, Lazar Markovic and Andre Wisdom - though the latter of those three has just signed a new contract at the club.
The Mail says he could be given a first team chance after spending time on loan at Granada and Bordeaux over the past two seasons.
The club are expected to look for an experienced assistant manager to work alongside Rodgers after the departures of Mike Marsh, and former assistant boss Colin Pascoe.