Jurgen Klopp is set to prune his squad ahead of the 2017/18 campaign, as he prepares the Reds to return to European football next term.
Sakho, Moreno and Markovic are all expected to leave after dropping down the pecking order, and BBC Sport‘s Phil McNulty provided an update on their futures on Monday afternoon.
McNulty reiterated that Liverpool are looking to secure £30 million for Sakho and £15 million for Moreno.
Meanwhile, it has been previously reported that they will look to recoup the £20 million paid to sign Lazar Markovic from Benfica in 2014, ensuring a £65 million injection overall.
Crystal Palace were interested in signing Sakho, though their stance may change on the appointment of Frank de Boer.
Watford are hopeful of signing Markovic, while McNulty mentions Zenit St. Petersburg as another possible destination.
Sakho, Moreno and Markovic won’t be the only players to leave Liverpool this summer, with a host of peripheral figures also expected to depart.
There are also question marks over the future of striker Daniel Sturridge, though Klopp would no doubt be willing to retain the No. 15, with any deal needing to suit all parties.
Andre Wisdom is set to complete a £4.5 million move to Derby County when he returns from holiday this summer, after spending the last four seasons away from Liverpool on loan.
Allan Rodrigues and Taiwo Awoniyi will also leave on temporary deals, as they are yet to qualify for work permits to play in England.