Clyne is out of contract at Liverpool at the end of next month, and manager Klopp is reportedly ready to let him leave on a free transfer instead of offering him a new deal.
The report has added that London clubs Palace and West Ham are interested in securing the services of the 29-year-old right-back, who earns £90,000 per week as salary.
Disappointing Liverpool spell
Clyne has been at Liverpool since 2015, but the former Southampton star has failed to make a massive impact at Anfield.
There have been injury issues, and when the right-back has played, he has not been exactly great.
The 29-year-old former Palace right-back has not played at all this season after suffering an anterior cruciate ligament rupture during Liverpool’s pre-season tour of the USA last summer, but he is available and fit now, according to Goal.com.
With Trent Alexander-Arnold the clear first-choice right-back at Liverpool at the moment, it would make sense for the Reds to just let Clyne leave.
For the Englishman himself, a switch to another club where he would be able to play regular first-team football would be sensible.