At least three Premier League clubs are interested in signing Liverpool full-back Neco Williams.
The 20-year old, who is currently with the Wales squad at the Euros, wants to leave Anfield in order to play regular first-team football.
The Anfield club are sympathetic to this and are prepared to let him leave if their valuation of at least £10 million is met.
He has been with the Merseyside club since joining their under-nine side, but finds himself below Trent Alexander-Arnold in the pecking order, and he accepts there is little chance of supplanting him in the near future.
He will not want for suitors, with Leeds, United, Southampton and Burnley all expressing a genuine interest in him. Aston Villa were also included in that list, but they have since signed Ashley Young from Inter Milan.
Williams has made 25 senior appearances for Liverpool over the past two seasons, but only six of those have been Premier League starts.
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