LIVERPOOL are willing to sell Nathaniel Phillips in January for £15million.
The 24-year-old is open to a move away from Anfield to get regular game time.
He has only made four appearances so far this season for Liverpool.
The Reds will not stand in his way if he decides to leave, but will want a minimum of £15million for the defender.
Phillips is currently recovering from a fractured cheekbone which he sustained in Liverpool's Champions League fixture against AC Milan.
Despite the injury he should be available for selection next month.
Both parties will be looking for a move when the January transfer window opens in a few weeks.
West Ham have already been heavily linked to the centre back as they look for defensive reinforcements.
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Angelo Ogbonna, Kurt Zouma and Ben Johnson all recently suffered injuries which could keep them out for a significant period of time.
Phillips could be an important signing for the Hammers if they continue to challenge for a spot in the top four.
However, they may have some competition as Newcastle have also expressed an interest in the Englishman.
Eddie Howe will be looking to make some new signings in January as the Magpies attempt to climb out of the relegation zone.
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