Liverpool set conditions for Leeds transfer as Jurgen Klopp sanctions two exits


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Liverpool will reportedly only allow outcast defender Nat Phillips join Leeds in a permanent switch. Phillips and fellow Reds star Sepp van den Berg are reportedly set to depart Anfield this summer after Jurgen Klopp's approval. 

Phillips rose to prominence during Liverpool’s late run to qualify for the Champions League in 2020-21, filling in amid a devastating injury crisis. However, the former Bolton prospect, now 26, has barely featured since. 

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According to the Sun, Liverpool want Phillips to leave permanently in order to vacate space on their wage bill for new signings. Phillips could leave alongside fellow academy graduate Van den Berg this summer. 

The Merseysiders have been linked with England U21 European Championship winner Levi Colwill, who wants assurances over his game time at Chelsea. He said after his international success: “I’ll speak to my family, speak to everyone I need to and make a decision. I’ve got to play at the end of the day to hopefully get there and go to the next camp.”