Nigeria and Union Berlin forward, Taiwo Awoniyi is been wanted by a host of European clubs with three English clubs lining up.
The Liverpool owned striker has just received his work permit from the British government and he’s now eligible to play in any English league.
Goal.com reports that Fulham, Stoke City and West Brom are having talks with Liverpool over a potential loan move for the Ilorin born.
Awoniyi’s 32 appearances in the German Bundesliga for Mainz 05 and Union Berlin over the course of the last two campaigns was enough to help him secure the English Work Permit.
With Divock Origi set to leave Anfield this summer, Awoniyi would get the chance to prove himself to Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp during the pre-season training before deciding if he stays or leave.
Taiwo has also been linked with a move to Anderlecht, Stuttgart, Wolfsburg and Union Berlin.
Liverpool would be demanding a fee in the region of eight million pounds for the former Dream FC striker.
The 2013 U-17 FIFA World Cup winner was signed by Liverpool in August 2015 for four hundred thousand pounds.