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Report: Liverpool want striker Barcelona are monitoring with three goals in last two; Moyes also keen

Liverpool and West Ham United are both amongst the raft of Premier League clubs monitoring Daniel Jebbison ahead of the January transfer window, according to a report from TEAMtalk.

Jebbison has been linked with a move away from Sheffield United throughout his time at Bramall Lane.

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The 18-year-old became the youngest player to score in the Premier League on their first start when he scored against Everton last season.

It was reported around a similar time that Liverpool and Arsenal were monitoring the teenager.

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He would remain with the Blades beyond the transfer window, joining Burton Albion on loan.

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But it would appear that the interest is ramping up once again ahead of the January transfer window.

TEAMtalk reports that the Reds, Hammers, Everton and Brighton are looking at the forward. Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund are also all admirers.

January may actually be an ideal time for Jebbison to join Liverpool

Jebbison has three goals in his last two League One games. Overall, he has six in 16 games for the Brewers.

Obviously, the likes of Liverpool and West Ham will have an eye on Jebbison as they look to strengthen for the future.

However, it is surely not out of the question for the youngster to get a chance in January should he join either.

Liverpool are set to lose two of their best attackers at the start of the new year due to the Africa Cups of Nations.

West Ham meanwhile, do lack depth up front. They will surely add cover for Michail Antonio.

Of course, Jebbison is unlikely to play often should he join either. But he has played and scored in the Premier League.

So an immediate chance with either surely cannot be ruled out.

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