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Liverpool FC star keen to leave Anfield in search of playing time.

The Reds defender is hoping a fair bid arrives for his services in January 2022.

Nat Phillips has revealed that he is eager to seek pastures new [GETTY]
Nat Phillips has revealed that he is eager to seek pastures new [GETTY]

Liverpool FC defender Nat Phillips has revealed that he is eager to seek pastures new, and will secure a move away from Anfield in the winter transfer window if the opportunity arises.

Phillips has found it difficult to get games under his belt this season following the return of Virgil Van Dijk and Joel Matip to the Reds‘ starting line up as well all the arrival of Ibrahima Konate from RB Leipzig in the summer.

However, the 24-year-old, who sustained a fractured cheekbone in Liverpool’s Champions League win over AC Milan last week, has been linked with a move to West Ham and it is believed several club are monitoring his situation on Merseyside.

According to the Daily Mail, Liverpool will be willing to accept an offer of around £10million for Phillips.

'I want to be playing games. It's been tough because the competition to get in this team is fierce,' Phillips told Sky Sports.

'The manager and I agree that the best thing for me is to play as many games as possible. I think you saw last year I developed well.

'I'm going to see what comes along [in January] and go from there. I think at this moment in time it's unlikely that I'll be playing lots of games for Liverpool, so if an opportunity arises where I get the chance to do that somewhere else and it suits everyone then it's certainly something I'd be interested in.

'I've had the exposure and experience in the Premier League and the Champions League. So maybe those situations where you're new and nervy, I've gone through that phase. I'll be ready straight away to get involved and play.'

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