Despite having a knack for scoring important goals at crucial moments, Divock Origi has failed to consistently play at the highest level under Klopp.
He has never reached double figures for goals in his time at Anfield, scoring just once this season, to leave him at serious threat of a departure.
In spite of his terrible scoring record, transfermarkt still believe the Reds could bring in at least £14m by selling the Belgian.
Perhaps a surprising name on this list given his importance to Liverpool’s success under Klopp, it is hard to see a place for Roberto Firmino at Liverpool if they did sign Haaland.
Firmino will never rival Haaland for goals and it would be incredibly surprising to see him stay at Anfield as an option off the bench.
That makes the Brazilian an obvious asset to sell, with transfermarkt’s valuation of close to £50m meaning a sale could bring in the bulk of the funds needed to buy Haaland.