Sergi Canos could become Liverpool's first summer exit after the winger and the club came to a stalemate with regards to agreeing a new deal. The Spaniard, who is highly rated by Jurgen Klopp, is contracted to the club until the summer of 2017 and has thus far failed to agree an extension on his contract.
According to the Liverpool Echo, the club and the player's representatives are some ways apart from agreeing a deal as the player is not happy at the wages offered by the club. The Reds are keen to extend his contract but will sell him in the summer if no agreement is reached as they will not risk the attacker running down the final year of his contract and joining a club abroad for a nominal fee next summer.
Canos made his Liverpool first-team debut on the final day of the recently concluded Premier League campaign against West Bromwich Albion and admitted that it was the "best 10 minutes of his life" and revealed that he is looking forward to joining the team during their pre-season tour of the United States.
The 19-year-old Spanish midfielder spent a successful spell on loan with Brentford in the Championship, one of the only players allowed to continue his season-long loan spell since the arrival of Klopp. Canos contributed with seven goals and five assists in 38 appearances and was touted to be included in the German manager's plans next season. However, according to the Independent, the club's fresh offer of £3,000-a-week has been rejected and Liverpool are yet to make a fresh offer.
The club reportedly values the wide player at around £4m ($5.8m) and there are a number of clubs from England and abroad waiting in the wings to sign him. Premier League side Watford and Championship side Queens Park Rangers are keen, while clubs from Portugal are also monitoring Canos' contract standoff with the Merseyside club.