Liverpool are having a look at Leeds full-back Leif Davis as their potential summer transfer target, after sending a delegate to watch him in action.
The 19-year-old moved to the Elland Road club in 2018, and till now has earned four appearances in the Championship this season, also helping the club to secure full points.
The English left-back is destined for a great future and also has a versatility to play as a centre-back, which makes him a valuable player in the transfer window.
According to The Sun, Jurgen Klopp is eyeing to bolster his defence with Davis in one area, as Andrew Robertson is currently the only the left-sided defender in the line-up.
The Reds are poised to bring the £4 million-rated starlet to Anfield after closely monitoring his progress in recent months.
Leif has a contract with the Leeds until 2021, but if the Merseyside club raises an official bid, it would be difficult for him to avoid the allure of Anfield.
The Championship star needs to remain content with a role on the sidelines while he develops his all-around game, but Liverpool has a strong track record of nurturing the young talent.
He made his first appearance for the Morecambe, a club located in Lancashire, and has been considered as one of the brightest talents at the academy.
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