Liverpool are facing into a pivotal transfer window over the coming months.
It is clear that Jurgen Klopp's side will require a serious facelift in the months ahead, especially in midfield. It is expected that they will add two or three players in that position, while a defender could also be brought in.
Liverpool will need to invest quite a bit of cash in the side in the coming months, and considering how they have operated in years gone by, it is likely that some of those funds will be raised via player sales.
Caoimhín Kelleher is one player that could be on the move. It is thought that the Irishman could look to leave the club this summer as he seeks to establish himself as a no. 1 elsewhere.
If he does move on, it won't be in a cut price deal.
Liverpool reportedly raise Caoimhín Kelleher asking price
Speaking last week, Jurgen Klopp said that he had little interest in selling his backup goalkeeper and that it would take an 'extraordinary' offer in order to move him on. It seems that the club agree with that assessment.
The Athletic are reporting Liverpool would want an offer in excess of £25million in order to sell Caoimhín Kelleher this summer.
The article mentions that the Ireland international has attracted interest from the likes of Spurs, Brighton, and Brentford and is probably Liverpool's most valuable asset among the players that could be sold this summer.
That fee would be quite high for a goalkeeper, especially one who has only a handful of senior appearances under his belt as a 24-year old. However, he has shown during those brief opportunities just how talented he is.
It remains to be seen if any club will meet that asking price in the months ahead. From an Irish perspective, it would be fantastic to see Kelleher be given the opportunity to play week in, week out.