Six players linked with Liverpool exodus - report

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Liverpool look set to lose David Ngog to Bolton, with Kenny Dalglish keen to trim the club by at least six players over the next two weeks, according to the Liverpool Daily Post.

Ngog has long been the subject of exit talks, and Bolton are said to be readying a £4 million bid for the young striker.

And the Frenchman isn’t the only one to be set to exit Liverpool over the next few weeks, with Dalglish also looking to bring some money in from Joe Cole, Christian Poulsen, Emiliano Insua, Phillipp Degan and Alberto Aquilani.

Liverpool are reportedly hoping to sign a centre-back this summer, and have targeted Gary Cahill. But before Dalglish hands the Bolton defender a contract, he wants to let go of any players who don’t figure in Liverpool’s plans for the next season.

Talks for Ngog are said to have been taking place for over two weeks now, and Liverpool are hoping to seal the deal and get some money back into the bank.

While in January, Dalglish’s purchases were offset by the record £50 million sale of Fernando Torres to Chelsea, Liverpool are yet to make any big money sales this summer and have spent well over £50 million on five new signings.

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