According to James Pearce of the Liverpool Echo, Liverpool have rejected a third bid from Crystal Palace for Mamadou Sakho.
The bid reported to be an initial £22m up front with a further £3m in addons was submitted by Crystal Palace chairman, Steve Parish earlier today.
Liverpool are adamant that the player will not be sold for less than their valuation of £30m and have no intention of accepting anything less than the asking price.
Interest in Sakho is high with West Brom and Leicester also interested in the French centre back but apparently Sakho has told the club that he is only interested in a move to Crystal Palace.
If Crystal Palace are to secure the out of favour defenders signature, they are going to have to come up with an offer that includes more cash up front.
Sakho who has been out of favour at the club since his relationship with Jurgen Klopp broke down after being sent home from the clubs pre-season tour of the US last year moved to Anfield from Paris Saint Germain for £18m in 2013.