According to the Telegraph, Liverpool youngster Jerome Sinclair is eager to move on this month in a bid to start playing regular first-team football as soon as possible.
The 19-year-old has come through the club’s youth ranks and made an impression in the U21 league, stringing together a number of fine performances.
However, his route to a first-team spot is blocked by the heavy competition for places on Merseyside and the situation has reached a breaking point as he enters the final six months of his contract.
The Telegraph reports that Watford are keen to sign him, yet they would prefer to wait until the summer where he would be free rather than pay Liverpool’s £3 million asking price now.
Sinclair, though, reportedly wants to depart Anfield now in a bid to start playing as soon as possible.
The highly-rated England youth international has seemingly grown impatient with his lack of chances at the club, and interest in his services doesn’t appear to be in short supply.
Sinclair’s behaviour may have riled a section of the Liverpool support, yet preferring to play regularly elsewhere rather than sit on the bench of a big is in contrast quite admirable.