Liverpool are in serious danger of losing starlet Rhian Brewster this summer, according to reports.
The Telegraph suggest that 18-year-old striker Brewster is being tracked by Borussia Mönchengladbach and RB Leipzig.
Both clubs have “registered an interest” in the England youngster, who helped fire the Under-17s to World Cup glory last year, while Tottenham are also interested, claim The Times.
Brewster has since turned 18, but unlike Ben Woodburn who extended his deal when he turned 18 last October, Brewster has not yet penned a professional contract at Anfield and he will be able to leave the club this summer.
Mönchengladbach though are leading the chase for the exciting Brewster and their sporting director Max Eberl “has made a serious play” for Brewster, who was recruited from Chelsea aged 15.
Liverpool want to keep the player, who is currently recovering from ankle surgery, and Klopp has allowed him to undertake his rehabilitation at Melwood in and around the first team.
Jurgen Klopp is apparently hopeful Brewster will stay and the fact he has been allowed to recuperate at Melwood is probably an indication of that.
However, Brewster has yet to sign a new contract and he will be available to another club for what is known as training compensation to be set by a tribunal.
Brewster, who won the golden boot at the U17s World Cup last year, has scored six goals and collected seven assists in 15 Premier League 2 and UEFA Youth League games this season.