Jonjo Shelvey
Liverpool are reportedly ready to listen to offers for Shelvey. (Reuters)

Liverpool will reportedly listen to offers in the region of £7m for midfielder Jonjo Shelvey, with Norwich City interested in his services.

The former Charlton Athletic youngster, currently on international duty with England U21's, has often struggled to impose himself on Brendan Rodgers first team plans, despite showing signs of promise in the club's Europa League campaign last season.

The Sun report that Norwich are now ready to test Liverpool's resolve with a summer bid, but will reportedly have to pay a fee in the region of £7m for the 21-year-old.

Shelvey started just nine Premier League games under Rodgers last season, predominantly featuring in the group stages of the club's ill-fated Europa League campaign before lining up in the club's U21 ranks in the latter stages of the season, where he scored a remarkable effort against Manchester United.

While the Liverpool boss has praised the young midfielder's drive, Shelvey could be tempted to move on to a club where a pivotal role in the starting eleven would be virtually assured.

Having signed for the club in 2010, he has made 68 appearances, also taking in a loan spell with Blackpool in 2011, a move that yielded great success through six goals in just 10 appearances.

The immediate impact of Philippe Coutinho in Shelvey's favoured attacking midfield position could cast further doubt on his future at Anfield. Following the Brazilian's arrival in January, Shelvey went on to start just two more games that season, a 2-0 loss to West Brom and an insignificant end of season win over Fulham.

The Romford-born midfielder could be one of a number of Liverpool players who could leave Anfield in the coming months as Rodgers seeks to continue building a side in his own vision. The futures of Sebastian Coates, Martin Skrtel, Stewart Downing, Oussama Assaidi and Andy Carroll all remain the balance, as the northern Irish manager looks to generate funds to pursue his own targets.