Huddersfield Town, West Ham and Crystal Palace are all keen on signing Liverpool forward Dominic Solanke on loan, according to Sky Sports News.
The TV channel report that the Terriers are leading the chase for the 21-year-old as they look to strengthen their forward options in the January transfer window.
Huddersfield boss David Wagner is a close personal friend of Jurgen Klopp, and that could give his side the edge in any negotiations.
After moving from Chelsea in the summer of 2017, Solanke made 27 appearances in his first season with the Reds but has not played a single minute of first team action this campaign.
With that being the case, a loan move away from Anfield is likely in order for the player to get more game time. However, Liverpool are only likely to sanction the departure of one striker in January.
Divock Origi has barely featured for the first team, and if a good offer comes in for the forward, he could also be allowed to leave. The Belgian international’s exit would mean Solanke would have to stay put.
The striker impressed during the most recent international break, scoring two braces for England’s Under 21s in the wins against Italy and Denmark last month.