Liverpool have reportedly set a price of £ 15m. To defender Nat Phillips with a number of Premier League clubs overseeing the center-back.
Phillips established himself as something of a cult hero for the Reds last season and rose to prominence during the club’s defensive injury crisis to produce a number of strong performances such as Liverpool secured a top-four finish and Champions League qualification.
Despite the 24-year-old role, the return from injury from Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip – along with £ 35m. Signature of Ibrahima Konate from RB Leipzig – Significant opportunities likely to be limited for Phillips next season.
Athletics reports that Burnley are interested in signing the midfielder this summer, where the Reds have set a price of £ 15 million. to the defender who signed a free transfer from Bolton five years ago.
Burnley are close to finalizing a £ 12m deal. For Stoke City’s Nathan Collins, though, the deal will not affect their pursuit of Phillips as the Clarets seek to bolster their backline.
West Ham and Newcastle have also been provisionally linked with a move for the midfielder in recent weeks.
Phillips made 21 appearances across all competitions last season after spending time on loan with Stuttgart in Germany’s second division during the 2019/20 campaign.