Liverpool youngster Anderson Arroyo is reportedly attracting interest from both Strasbourg and Nurnberg after impressive performances for Colombia.
According to Goal, both the French and German sides have scouted the full-back at the Under-20 World Cup in Poland.
The 19-year-old has impressed for his national side with his defensive capabilities and lightning speed, with Colombia defeating Poland 2-0 on Thursday.
Arroyo looks set to keep his place in the starting line-up when Colombia take on Senegal on Sunday, with a win booking their place in the knockout stages.
The right-back, who signed for Liverpool last year following a successful trial on Merseyside, has spent time on loan in Spain with Real Mallorca and Belgium with Gent.
Arroyo was a regular in Mallorca’s ‘B’ side, but after failing to break into the first-team, the Reds decided to send the talented teenager to Belgium.
It remains unsure as to whether Strasbourg and Nurnberg are exploring a permanent deal or a loan offer for the player, however, it appears as if Arroyo will be a man in demand this summer.
Four more Liverpool youngsters who could head out on loan next season
If Liverpool decide to keep hold of Welsh forward Wilson, they may decide to allow the player to head out on loan once again to gain more regular game time.
If Liverpool cannot agree a deal for a permanent Anfield exit for Grujic, they may allow the midfielder to head out on loan once more.
Kane has spent time out on loan with Doncaster and may be in line for another loan spell next season.
Ejaria spent last season out on loan with Rangers and Reading, so the Reds could allow the player to gain more first-team minutes with another side next year.
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