CITY look set for their second windfall of around £250,000 if Liverpool get their asking price for former Bantams youngster Andre Wisdom.

The centre half, who left Valley Parade for Anfield back in 2008, is set to leave Merseyside this summer having spent the last four seasons out on loan.

The Reds are reportedly prepared to listen to offers around the £2million mark – a figure which is understood would net the Bantams just over £250,000 thanks to the terms of a sell-on clause.

City are believed to have already netted a similar amount when Huddersfield Town earned promotion to the Premier League last month, which triggered a clause inserted into the deal which saw striker Nahki Wells join the Terriers from City in 2014.

Liverpool rejected an offer from Derby yesterday for Wisdom, reported to be around the £1million mark, with the Reds wanting at least double that amount.

Birmingham and Celtic have also been linked with the Leeds-born player.

Wisdom joined Liverpool as a 14-year-old after three years in City’s youth system, having been snapped up from local football by City’s then youth development officer Peter Horne.

He captained England under-19s and played at under-21 level before making his debut for Liverpool in 2012, going on to make 22 first-team appearances for the Reds.

But his last game at Anfield was against Swansea City back in 2013.

After spells on loan at Derby, West Brom, Norwich and most recently Red Bull Salzburg, with whom he won the league and cup double in Austria, the 24-year-old is believed to be surplus to requirements under Jurgen Klopp.