Aly Cissokho
Aly Cissokho says he is happy staying at Valencia, but knows all the players could be for sale with the current financial situation.

Liverpool target Aly Cissokho has admitted that he has had offers to leave Valencia this summer,but insists he is happy to stay with the cash strapped Spanish side as long as he continues to get game time in the important matches.

Valencia currently have almost-crippling debts to repay, and the side are believed to be open to selling their best players as they look to solve their financial problems.

Cissokho has continually been linked with a move to Liverpool as Brendan Rodgers works on a defensive line-up which will be without Jamie Carragher for the first time in nearly two decades, and the 25 year old has admitted he's flattered by the idea that Rodgers might be pursuing him.

But now Cissokho insists he would be perfectly happy to stay at Valencia, though he is aware that the club might have other ideas if Liverpool put in an acceptable offer.

"Every player at the club is subject to speculation given the financial situation. I've had possibilities, that's true, but I'm happy here," he said, according to ESPN. "I played a lot under Pellegrino, a little less under Valverde, but I played in big games in both the Champions League and La Liga."

Liverpool have already added experienced centre-back Kolo Toure this summer, but Rodgers has been clear that there will likely be more signings as he looks to improve the depth of the squad in their aims to compete with for a place in the top four.

Rodgers has found value in dipping into a particularly cash-strapped Spanish market, so far purchasing Iago Aspas and Luis Alberto for a combined fee of €16m. The pair have looked promising in the Reds' pres season exploits and Cissokho could yet be another addition before deadline day comes to a close.