Liverpool’s 19-year-old forward Jerome Sinclair’s future at the Anfield is set to be decided by a tribunal once the player’s contract gets expired at the end of the current season.
The Merseysider’s youngest ever debutant is unhappy with the life at the Anfield after not being included in Jurgen Klopp’s first team and this situation has alerted a host of clubs looking out for young and talented forwards.
During the January transfer window, Watford had offered £1.75m for the player which was eventually rejected by Liverpool. While Watford are still the interested party, it is obvious that the bosses at the Anfield are looking for an offer north of £1.75m for Sinclair.
While Liverpool will be receiving a compensation if the player moves to any other club as Sinclair is under the age of 24, we cannot ignore the fact that the Reds played the same card in case of Brad Smith, who at the end came back to the Anfield and accepted the offer that the Reds bosses had earlier drawn for him.