Chilwell has been recommended to boss Jurgen Klopp by his friend and Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner after the England Under-20 international made eight appearances for the Yorkshire side during a loan spell last season.
£10m for a player with one year remaining on his contract and yet to play in the Premier League seems extortionate, but perhaps demonstrate how Leicester don’t need to sell him, and how inflated the transfer market will be this season with the £8 billion TV deals kicking in next season.
The 22-year-old Scot made 52 appearances for Steve Bruce’s side last season, culminating in their play-off final victory to reach the Premier League. He scored four goals and made five assists.
Liverpool‘s interest in Chilwell and Robertson seems to signal that they are looking for a young player to be backup to Alberto Moreno and compete with the Spaniard, rather than an established player to replace him.