Liverpool are reportedly interested in signing Leeds United youngster Jack Clarke this summer.
Clarke, who only turned 18 in November, has scored twice and registered two assists in 16 Championship appearances for Leeds during the 2018-19 campaign.
A number of top-flight clubs are believed to be closely monitoring Clarke's development and according to The Mirror, Liverpool will attempt to sign the teenager in this summer's transfer window.
Indeed, the report has claimed that Reds boss Jurgen Klopp has sent scouts to watch Clarke in action over the last couple of months.
The winger was taken ill during Leeds' Championship clash with Middlesbrough on Saturday, but has since been released from hospital.
The youngster's agent, Ian Harte, has provided a positive update on Twitter, revealing that Clarke was 'happy and smiling' as he continues his recovery at home.