Liverpool will consider allowing Ragnar Klavan to leave the club before the close of the European transfer window this month.
The Estonian defender is one of a number of players who could exit Anfield by August 31, as the Reds look to trim their squad.
Klavan is in the final year of his contract – though Liverpool have the option to extend that by 12 months – and is keen to secure regular first-team football. The 32-year-old attracted interest from Newcastle United in the final days of the Premier League window, but that move failed to materialise with the Magpies instead signing Federico Fernandez from Swansea City.
Klavan would have no shortage of suitors in the Bundesliga were he to leave, having forged a stellar reputation during four years with Augsburg.
Klopp, Goal understands, would have no problem calling upon him again should he opt to stay beyond this month, but with Virgil van Dijk, Dejan Lovren, Joel Matip and Joe Gomez all competing for places, and Nat Phillips having emerged as an option from the Under-23 setup, opportunities are likely to be limited. Klavan was ruled out of Sunday's Premier League opener with West Ham due to injury, but is expected to resume training at Melwood this week.
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