Liverpool FC goalkeeper Danny Fulton has been enticing interest from various teams, according to Simon Jones of the Mail Online.
The 19-year-old from Burnley has supposedly been the subject of enquiries from Scottish club Aberdeen, as well as League Two outfit Portsmouth.
Following the recall of other Liverpool shot stopper Danny Ward from Pittodrie, the Dons have shown “tentative” interest in Fulton, but are reportedly looking for someone with more experience to stand between the sticks.
The more serious approach appears to have come from Portsmouth. Manager Paul Cook is attempting to bring in the Liverpool Under-21 regular, most probably on a loan until the end of the season.
Fulton travelled to the Pacific with the pre-season squad, and has been noted for his ability to command a defence and his penalty area alike.
Although the ‘keeper is yet to make his first-team debut for Liverpool, he was named on the bench for the 2-2 draw away to Exeter in the FA Cup on January 8.
Fulton has been at Liverpool since the Under-10 level, and will be hoping he can make a breakthrough into the senior team in the not too distant future.