Liverpool will offload 16 of their players this summer and are willing to listen to offers from other clubs, according to The Athlectic.
The Premier League title holders will embark on a major squad overhaul, with manager, Jurgen Klopp needing a major change following disastrous title defence.
They are looking to bring in additions, with a deal for Ibrahima Konate already in the pipeline and expensive fringe players will be allowed to leave the club.
The Athletic‘s James Pearce reports that Klopp and sporting director, Michael Edwards have already identified six players they are willing to sell.
These players include striker Divock Origi and winger Xherdan Shaqiri have been told they can leave.
Others are 24-year-old Marko Grujic, Harry Wilson, Sheyi Ojo and Ben Woodburn.
The report states that goalkeeper, Loris Karius, Liam Millar, Kamil Grabara and Taiwo Awoniyi are also on the list, while there are doubts over Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Kostas Tsimikas and Ben Davies.
In addition, Adrian, Yasser Larouci Georginio Wijnaldum are already set to leave the club.
Liverpool, the current EPL title holders, are presently languishing outside the top four.