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The Reds winger look set to leave Anfield this summer, Liverpool value the youngster at £15m and will let him go if a club matches their value and if that does not happen they will consider a loan deal.
WestBrom, Nottingham Forest and Stoke City have all shown interest in bringing Ojo to their respective clubs as they bid to get back into the Premier League.
Ojo, 21, is no stranger to Championship football helping Fulham gain promotion from there last season, scoring 4 goals and laying on 2 assist along the way, he has found regular first team football hard to come by at Anfield with the likes of Mane, Salah & Shaqiri ahead of him in the pecking order.
The winger spoke on his future earlier this week to in house club channel LFCTV.
“I am just trying to focus on the present by training well, staying fit and healthy and trying to do the best I can in these [friendly] games I’m given.
“We’ve got to just see what happens after it. I feel like there comes a time when in order to make the next step, maybe you have to go out on loan and get a different experience. If that happens for me, then I’ll be looking to keep improving and come back stronger.
“There are loads of different examples, but Mo [Salah] is probably the best example. When he was at Chelsea, he went out on loan and now look at him. He’s done really well and is a star for our team. I’ll be looking follow in those sort of footsteps and take it as it comes.”
Liverpool paid MK Dons £2m for him when he was just 14 years old but now his 7 year stay looks set to come to an end.