Leeds United and Monaco have reportedly had approaches for Takumi Minamino rejected by Liverpool.
The 27-year-old forward has struggled for regular first-team football under Jurgen Klopp, starting only six of his 18 appearances across all competitions this season.
According to the PA news agency, via Sky Sports News, both Leeds and Monaco have expressed their interest in signing the Japan international; however, Liverpool are not prepared to let him leave this month.
The report adds that it would take a ‘serious offer’ for the Reds to consider selling the forward, who they recruited for around £7.25m from Austrian champions Red Bull Salzburg in January 2020.
Minamino joined Southampton on loan at this stage of last season, where he netted two goals in 10 appearances before returning to Anfield in the summer.
Liverpool’s number 18 has made a total of 49 appearances for the club in all tournaments and has scored 10 goals, including four in this season’s EFL Cup.