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Liverpool & Real Madrid linked to PSV wonderkid Zakaria Bakkali

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Real Madrid and Liverpool are the latest on an ever-growing list of high-profile teams linked with Zakaria Bakkali.

According to Dutch newspaper de Telegraaf, Bakkali is unsettled at PSV, and would welcome a move away from Holland.

Bakkali rose to fame after becoming the youngest player in the Eredivisie to score a hat-trick, aged just 17. His performances have even seen him capped for Belgium's senior side this season.

Despite his bright start, the Belgian has featured sporadically of late and has only played 21 minutes for PSV this calendar year. With just over a year left on his contract, the Dutch club are finding it increasingly difficult convince their young star to stay in Holland.

If Real Madrid were to sign him, it is more than likely that he will enter their ‘Castilla’ side first.

Meanwhile, Brendan Rodgers is a manager known for giving young players an opportunity, with Raheem Sterling becoming an essential part of Liverpool’s side this season.

However, these two are not the only sides that have expressed an interest in Bakkali recently, with Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City all reportedly scouting at the 18-year-old.

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