Liverpool starlet Christian Eriksen remains a target for Italian giants AC Milan, according to reports.
Sport365.fr claims the Serie 'A' giants sent scouts to watch the player on international duty in midweek, with the teenager instrumental in helping his country overcome Portugal and secure qualification to Euro 2012 on Tuesday night.
Eriksen first came to the for on the international stage in 2010, getting his chance to impress during the World Cup in South Africa after breaking through at Ajax in the previous season.
That summer, the player was linked with a handful of clubs across Europe, including Liverpool, and his stock has continued to rise after impressive performances in the Eredivisie last term.
Liverpool director of football Damien Comolli is reported to be an admirer of the player, taking particular notice of the Godenzonen academy product whilst in Amsterdam securing the deal to sign striker Luis Suarez.
The Uruguayan has been an instant hit at Anfield, and whilst there is little doubt that Eriksen could do the same for Liverpool, the Reds will face fierce competition in their efforts to bring the player to Merseyside.
As well as Milan, Spanish giants Barcelona and Barclays Premier League rivals Chelsea and Arsenal are said to have taken an interest in the player.
Kenny Dalglish spent big in the summer bringing midfielders Jordan Henderson and Charlie Adam to the club, and will have to do so again if he wants to beat the San Siro outfit and bring Eriksen to Liverpool.