Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson and striker Daniel Sturridge could both be set to leave the club this Summer.
The England duo have both been the subject of speculation recently with Jürgen Klopp set to make plenty of changes to his squad at the end of the season.
And talk has persisted that Henderson and Sturridge will be allowed to move on should the right offers come in.
Henderson was appointed captain last Summer by former boss Brendan Rodgers. He has suffered injury issues and a drop in form this season.
Moves to Tottenham and West Ham have been touted for the former Sunderland man.
While Sturridge has been touted as a potential signing for West Ham as well as French champions Paris Saint Germain. A domestic switch seems more likely.
Word is that the pair are not actively for sale, but Klopp is said to have got figures in mind for the duo and would allow exits if those prices are met.
Klopp recently refused to rule out the idea of letting Henderson move on when questioned over the interest from London.
And Sturridge is said to have been deemed sellable following a season of injury. There is also talk over his attitude and demeanour being far from convincing to Klopp.