Three Championship clubs are interested in signing young Liverpool striker Jerome Sinclair, according to The Telegraph.
Fulham, Sheffield Wednesday and Bristol City are all apparently showing a strong interest in the highly rated youngster, who looks set to depart Anfield.
The 19 year old only has six months left on his deal at the Premier League giants and will apparently tell the club that he wants to leave this month, as he wants more first team opportunities.
The striker scored for Liverpools under-21 side against Tottenham on Monday, impressing in front of a number of scouts.
However, Liverpool are demanding £3m before they will allow the youngster to leave this month, which may put off the three potential Championship suitors.
He is also attracting major interest from Premier League side Watford, who still hope to complete a move in this window.
Sinclair would rather move now than wait until the summer, as he is eager for first team action.
The owners of Watford, the Pozzo family, may also attempt to sign Sinclair for Granada or Udinese, the two foreign clubs they own.
This could then lead to him signing on loan for Watford next season.
However, the report also believes that the interest from Fulham, Sheffield Wednesday and Bristol City is strong and if any of them were to pull off a move, it would be a huge statement of intent to bring in such a highly rated youngster.