Liverpool fans in the Transfer Tavern looking for the latest information regarding one of their most promising assets have not found the answer they were looking for, with the saga continuing.
Sinclair became the youngest ever Liverpool player when he made his debut against West Brom four years ago but the 19-year-old has found opportunities limited since, which has led him to seek a transfer away from Merseyside.
However, Liverpool will not let go easily despite the fact that Sinclair’s contract expires in the summer and are happy for the case to go to a tribunal panel. With Sinclair under the age of 24, Liverpool would receive a fee for the player’s services and can expect upwards of £2m.
Watford made a swoop for the teenage striker in January, which was rejected, and the Hornets remain keen on the player heading into the summer window. Unless a suitable compensation is agreed though, the saga will continue until a tribunal is complete.
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