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Liverpool stance on Nat Phillips explained as transfer fee set

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Liverpool have told Bournemouth they want around £15million for Nat Phillips - and are expecting more interest in the defender when the transfer window opens this summer.

LONG READ: Liverpool icon went from sleeping in a shed to inventing the Adidas Predator EXCLUSIVE: Liverpool striker loved by fans lived his dream before triumph, tragedy and brutal transfer exit And they have been informed Liverpool will entertain offers in the region of £15m for a player that already cost them a £1.5m loan fee.



Phillips enjoyed a breakthrough season at Liverpool in 2020/21 when he was thrust into service due to the Reds' injury crisis at centre-back, making 20 appearances and becoming a key figure during the run-in that saw Jurgen Klopp's side clinch Champions League qualification.



Phillips has been a huge success since joining the Cherries on loan in January, and made 18 appearances to help earn Scott Parker's side automatic promotion back to the Premier League.



Liverpool, though, are in no rush to cash in on Phillips.

However, the return to fitness of Virgil van Dijk, Joel Matip and Joe Gomez meant Phillips was restricted to just three outings this term before making the temporary move to Bournemouth.

The centre-back is understood to have enjoyed his time at Bournemouth with the South Coast side now contemplating a move to make the transfer permanent.
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