Liverpool are interested in a move for Fluminense youngster Joao Pedro, despite the 17-year-old having already agreed a deal to join Watford following his 18th birthday.

Pedro is currently set to join his future teammates at Watford in January 2019, but a ‘disruption clause’ in the deal could allow Liverpool to hijack the Hornets’ move for the teenager.

Watford have agreed an initial €2.5million deal for the 17-year-old, and the fee could rise to €10million in add ons. However, according to the Mirror via Globo Esporte, Fluminense are said to have the option to cancel the deal due to the ‘disruption clause.’

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The Brazilian side would have to pay Watford a fee of €20million to cancel the transfer, and would therefore demand a substantial transfer fee from Liverpool should they pursue a move for the teenager. 

Pedro is attracting attention from a number of European sides after his run of seven goals in his first 10 appearances for Fluminense.

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