According to the Telegraph, Richard Keogh and Cyrus Christie could be allowed to leave Derby County this summer, whilst the Rams could also look to move on Will Hughes and Tom Ince to raise transfer funds.
Gary Rowett is embarking on his first full season at the Pride Park Stadium, and could be set to shake things up at Derby in the first transfer window since he was appointed in March.
Curtis Davies has already made the switch from Hull City to Derby, which has led to speculation that club captain, Keogh, could be heading for the exit door in the coming months.
Christie will also be allowed to leave Derby this summer, with just £2m reportedly enough to secure the Irish international’s signature.
High-profile names, such as Hughes and Ince, could also be part of Rowett’s overhaul, which would leave a big hole in Derby’s squad to fill.
Hughes has been one of Derby’s standout performers since the 22-year old made his debut in 2011, whilst Ince was the club’s best player during the 2016/17 campaign, with the 25-year old scoring 15 goals.
Rowett is looking to add another defender to his squad over the summer, and Derby have already had a £1m bid for Liverpool’s Andre Wisdom rejected, with the Reds standing firm on their £2m valuation of the player.
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