Liverpool and Manchester City have been offered the chance to sign highly-rated Ajax winger Ricardo Kishna in a cut-price deal, reports the Daily Mirror.
The Dutch teen talent will be out of contract with the Eredivisie giants in the summer, and Frank de Boer is open to the idea of the 19-year-old leaving the Amsterdam Arena.
Reds boss Brendan Rodgers is weighing up the prospect of bringing Kishna to Anfield, having made no secret of his desire to strengthen his forward ranks during the January transfer window.
With Liverpool maintaining a surprise Premier League title challenge this year, the Merseyside club are keen to continue adding players that will improve their first-team squad.
Manchester City have also been mooted as admirers of the talented teenager, though it's unclear exactly how much playing time Kishna would get at the Etihad Stadium, given the competition for places in Manuel Pellegrini's side.
Ajax would be due some compensation if the youngster agreed terms over a transfer, having been nurtured and developed in the club's esteemed youth academy.