Liverpool and Tottenham are watching Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phillips.
The Mirror says Sours boss Jose Mourinho and Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp have been intrigued by Phillips’ small bunch of appearances at the top table and might be enticed to bring in a major cash descend the line.
The Leeds-conceived master wrote a five-year bargain a year ago, secures him until 2024, in a general bundle worth an announced £30,000 seven days.
Liverpool and Tottenham would have the option to dramatically increase Phillips’ week by week profit, be that as it may, should they figure out how to agree with his club.
The two clubs frequently use the chase for players to spruce up their midfield alternatives – with Mourinho specifically having been prevailed upon by Phillips’ showings.