The striker has been told he can leave Anfield by Jurgen Klopp
Mario Balotelli has been offered to Everton in a bid to sell the striker on this summer.
According to reports, the striker has been generating interest from several clubs across Europe but, as of yet, no concrete deals are in place to sell him. The Italian has been linked with a move back to Serie A with Sassuolo but they have decided not to move for him, while Wolves have also reportedly had an interest.
However, the latest news surrounding the controversial striker is that he has been offered to Merseyside rivals Everton in a bid to sell him on before the transfer window closes.
Surplus to requirements at Anfield
There is no doubt that the forward would jump at the chance to move anywhere at this point, with the 26-year old being told he is not a part of the Red’s future plans by boss Jurgen Klopp and if he does stay at the club, he faces a season of football with the reserve side.
Liverpool have several strikers above Balotelli in the pecking order in Daniel Sturridge, Danny Ings, Divock Origi and even several youngsters would be preferred over the Italian.
In addition, getting Balotelli off the books at the club – where he is surplus to requirements – would also free up some more wages.
Everton are reportedly considering an offer for the striker now that he has been offered to them, as they contemplate a forward who would no doubt give the Toffees a different approach up top.