Liverpool could sell central defender Ben Davies for a profit this summer despite being yet to make his debut, according to former Premier League goalkeeper Paul Robinson.
The Reds were believed to have hijacked a deal that would see Davies join Celtic from Preston North End this summer, signing the 25-year-old as an emergency defender amidst an injury crisis.
Robinson has told Football Insider, the Reds could feasibly make a profit on their £2m outlay this summer regardless of whether he plays or not.
“If you are Davies you certainly do not want to leave so soon after signing so perhaps a loan would be beneficial for him next year. It is going to be extremely difficult for him to force his way into the Liverpool side when everybody is fit,”