Altinordu wonder-kid Berke Ozer has attracted widespread interest despite being an 18-year-old goalkeeper.
Fanatik report several sides are in the race for the rising star including Chelsea and Manchester City who we have already reported.
There was a new name among the list.
Liverpool are now reported to have expressed an interest in the highly rated keeper.
This is the first time the Reds have been linked with the highly rated prospect.
The Premier League outfit are interested in a new keeper but Ozer is not ready for a first-team role at a major Premier League side yet.
The interested clubs are keen on signing him and loaning him out to gain experience.
Altinordu manager Mustafa Eroglu recently confirmed that Chelsea have been scouting the 17-year-old goalkeeper nicknamed the Turkish Donnarumma.
Eroglu said: “Chelsea have been sending scouts to Izmir for Berke Ozer and to take a look at our project.”
Chelsea goalkeeper coach Christophe Lollichon and – loan player technical coach – Eddie Newton were also in Turkey in January keeping tabs on Ozer.
“We were impressed with Berke and other players here, we’ll continue to scout them,” he said.
Ozer was recently named in the Guardian Next Generation series, 60 best young talents in world football.
The report also claims that Fenerbahce have entered talks with Altinordu president Mehmet Ozkan and that a €3m move could be on the table.
Ozer is currently on international duty with the Turkey U18 national side ahead of the Mediterranean Games.