The Championship club are determined to get as much as possible for their goalkeeper and feel he is worth at least £1 million after knocking back the Reds' initial offer
Wolves have rejected Liverpool’s bid of £500,000 for goalkeeper Dorus de Vries, according to the Daily Mail.
It is thought that Wolves are holding out for at least £1 million for their second-choice goalkeeper who made nine appearances last season, five of them being in the domestic cups.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers knows De Vries well as he played under him during his time at Swansea during their promotion-winning season, before he moved to Molineux.
Despite having the likes of Brad Jones and Alexander Doni as Pepe Reina’s back-ups, the 39-year-old reportedly sees De Vries as a better candidate for the position.