The Reds are reluctant to let Mane go after six years of outstanding service, but only if Bayern meet their rating.
A £30million offer was flatly rejected earlier this week, with senior Liverpool officials branding the offer a “joke” as it contained several likely unattainable bonus clauses.
The Reds will allow the Senegalese international to leave once Bayern make a bid in the region of £40million and Liverpool say they expect a quick solution The Telegraph.
Once funds from the sale of Mane are secured, Liverpool will be able to complete a move for Nunez, who is primed to become the club’s record signing.
The 22-year-old Uruguay international is also attracting interest from Manchester United but is said to be keen on the idea of moving to Anfield and working under Jurgen Klopp.
The Liverpool manager has already heaped praise on the striker, picking him ahead of his side’s Champions League game against Benfica last season.
He said: “Really good, really good. I knew it beforehand, but he played pretty much in front of me.
“Physically strong, fast, was calm in the finish. Really good. If he stays healthy, he has a great career ahead of him.”
Liverpool have already secured the services of Fulham’s Fabio Carvalho and tied James Milner to a new one-year deal.
The FA and Carabao Cup holders also confirmed the departure of seven players on Thursday, including the likes of Divock Origi and Loris Karius.
Klopp is also ready to let Takumi Minamino go amid interest from Leeds, who have been told to put up £17m if they want to sign the Japan international.
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