West Brom and Watford are considering making a move for Liverpool striker Jerome Sinclair, as per a report in The Mirror.
Sinclair left Albion at the age of 14, having spent five years at the club, and that did cause some resentment from certain quarters.
A year later, he became the youngest player to play for Liverpool’s first team when he came on as a substitute against the Baggies in a League Cup tie.
He played a couple of games at the end of the 2014/15 season and started Liverpool’s recent FA Cup game against Exeter City, a game in which he scored in.
However, despite looking like he is in the thoughts of Jurgen Klopp, the 19-year-ol is set to become a free agent in the summer and there is no sign that he is due to sign a new deal in the immediate future.
The Hornets have also been linked with a move for the striker, and it is reported that Liverpool would accept a £3million bid if they can’t get him to agree a new deal.
Clubs could wait to take Jerome in the summer, but Liverpool would be due a compensation fee that would likely be set by a tribunal.