The Reds want big move for the midfielder after his impressive performances for Wales at Euro 2016.
According to the Daily Mail, Liverpool have set a £14 million asking price for midfielder Joe Allen.
Allen looks destined to leave Liverpool this summer after falling down the pecking order under Jurgen Klopp.
Last season saw his game time limited as the likes of Emre Can, James Milner, Jordan Henderson and Adam Lallana all sit further up in Jurgen Klopp’s plans.
Liverpool's Joe Allen comes on as a substitute for James Milner
As a result an exit is his best option as he seeks regular game time to stop his career coming to a standstill at Anfield.
There has already been firm interest in his services from former club Swansea City, who have seen an £8 million bid for the Wales star rejected. That is because Liverpool have set an asking price of £14 million for the Welshman this summer, according to the Daily Mail.
Wales' Joe Ledley, Hal Robson Kanu and Joe Allen before the game
The midfielder has been one of the star performers for Wales at Euro 2016 this summer as they have reached the semi final stage of the competition
Those performances, coupled with the high prices already spent on transfer deals so far this summer, have led the Reds to seek a big price for their man. It now remains to be seen whether Swansea, or any other parties, are willing to pay that price for him.
Liverpool's Joe Allen