## Liverpool Unlikely to Make Major Sales in Summer Transfer Window
The summer transfer window opened days ago and Liverpool have already made one sale, with Leighton Clarkson joining Aberdeen for an undisclosed fee. However, the club is unlikely to make any major sales this summer, with Fabio Carvalho and Caoimhin Kelleher perhaps the most likely to be sold. Nat Phillips may finally be permitted to leave on a permanent basis, too.
## Liverpool Could Profit from Deals Involving Players They Have Already Sold
Liverpool could still profit from deals involving players they have already sold, due to their sell-on clauses. Sell-on clauses are negotiated between clubs to guarantee a percentage of either the future fee or future profit on a player if they are sold on. Six players who Liverpool hold sell-on clauses for are being touted with moves in the current transfer window.
## Allan Rodrigues
Allan Rodrigues, the Brazilian midfielder, spent five years at Liverpool before being sold to Atletico Mineiro in 2020. According to Globo, he is the subject of interest from Flamengo, and a proposed €9m (£7.7m) deal may prove hard to turn down for a player with six months left on his contract. Liverpool were reported to have negotiated a 10 percent sell-on clause for Allan, which could therefore be worth up to £770,000.
## Rafa Camacho
Winger Rafa Camacho is currently on the books at Sporting CP and Liverpool will be eligible to 20 percent of either the proceeds or profit of any sale. Goalkeeper Kamil Grabara is attracting interest from Burnley, claim reports in Poland and Denmark – and with a €10m (£8.5m) price tag mooted, Liverpool could bank between £2.2m and £3.4m due to a 20 percent clause.
## Marko Grujic and Ki-Jana Hoever
Midfielder Marko Grujic has been linked with Lazio, with a 10 percent sell-on clause involved if he were to leave Porto. Dutch defender Ki-Jana Hoever was previously out of favour at Wolves, having been loaned out twice last season, and if he is sold Liverpool are guaranteed a 15 percent fee. Ovie Ejaria, the midfielder regularly included in Klopp’s first full season, has not been involved for Reading since November, and in the event of a sale he would land his former club a 20 percent sell-on bonus.
While these deals are unlikely to involve major fees, the inclusion of sell-on clauses could see Liverpool profit again this summer. It remains to be seen how much money the club will make from these deals, but it could prove to be a lucrative summer for the Reds despite their lack of major sales.