Liverpool are one of several English sides with an eye on young Jamaican attacker (@alex_m4rsh4ll
) Alex Marshall, according to TalkSport.
Marshall, 20, has been dubbed the next Raheem Sterling due to similarities in their style of play, and has already played a number of games for Jamaica, ensuring that he can’t be snapped up by another country as Sterling was.
The pacey attacker has eight league goals in 33 appearances for Cavalier in Jamaica’s top tier since the start of last season, and would represent a genuinely-good prospect for any club.
A number of top teams are said to be keeping tabs on Marshall, with the most concrete interest deriving from England.
Joining Liverpool in the race for his signature are Leicester, Tottenham, Aston Villa and West Ham, all of whom have monitored him closely over the last few months.
It remains to be seen whether or not the Reds will move for the youngster over the coming transfer windows.