Liverpool are prepared to sell Neco Williams this summer according to reports.
Southampton, Wolves and Leeds are reportedly keen on signing the Wales international.
The Reds value the 20-year-old at around £10 million ($14m).
It is understood that Williams is keen to move in search of regular first-team football.
That means a summer switch looks increasingly likely.
A host of suitors expected to firm up their interest in a player who has made 25 appearances for Liverpool.
Williams made his debut in October 2019.
Williams on the move
Southampton will be at the front of the queue.
They tried to sign Williams, initially on loan, in January, and have a long-standing interest.
The Saints are in the market for a right-back to compete with Kyle Walker-Peters
Williams also can play at left-back, as he did for Wales against Italy at Euro 2020 on Sunday.
This will certainly appeal to Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side.
Wolves, too, expressed an interest in the Reds academy graduate last summer.
Though they eventually signed another young defender, Ki-Jana Hoever from Liverpool.
Leeds are another club to have made enquiries, while Burnley, Aston Villa and Norwich are also admirers.
Though the latter would only be expected to make a move should Max Aarons, their first-choice right-back, move on.