Liverpool will allow Christian Benteke to leave for Juventus if the Italian side place a bid in the region of around £25million
Liverpool splashed a whopping £32.5million to secure the services of Christian Benteke from Aston Villa during the summer and the club were hopeful that the Belgian international would be able to fill in the void left in attack by the departure of Luis Suarez.
Unfortunately though, Benteke has struggled to reproduce his best so far at Liverpool and it is clear to see that manager Jurgen Klopp is not the biggest fan of the 25-year old.
Benteke set for Juventus move?
As a result, Liverpool are widely expected to cut their losses on Benteke by allowing him to leave during the summer and a number of clubs have already expressed an interest in securing the services of the former Genk star.
The likes of Chelsea and West Ham United were said to be interested in Benteke but in recent times, Italian giants Juventus have emerged as leading contenders to sign the Liverpool flop as the Serie A champions look for a long term replacement for Mario Mandzukic.
Now according to reports from the Daily Mirror, claims have been made that Liverpool are ready to allow Benteke to leave for Juventus but are demanding that the Italian giants pay around £25million.