Liverpool advance talks with club for the transfer of striker

Bobby Duncan’s impressive showoffs has appeared to have caused clubs to steal a look at the youngster, and interests in the England international is gradually adding up.

Reports milling from the rumour factory say Duncan is wanted by a cluster of clubs. While that is there, few have considered giving him a chance at first-team level.

It’s hard bursting through ranks in a team dripping with talent, such is the case with some youngsters when they happened on those kinds of outfits.

Duncan is lucky to be in Liverpool, and under the keen eyes and tutelage of best coaches in the Merseyside outfit. But his name has been omitted in the Jurgen Klopp’s long stretch of plans for Liverpool next year.

Bayern Munich want to offer the lad a better way out after being held on the spot over his performance at youth level for the Reds.

The Bundesliga giants are willing to give Duncan a first team opportunity if he quits Liverpool and joins them.

Bayern are not the only ones who have him under their radar and are keen on prying him away with such tempting offer.

RB Leipzig have that same strategy panned out as per reports in Italy, and both outfit are ready to raid Liverpool at turn of the year for the former Manchester City forward.