Liverpool & rivals Everton scouting Dan Rowe

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Liverpool and Everton are among several Premier League clubs keeping tabs on Rotherham youngster Dan Rowe.

According to Sky Sports, the 18-year-old defender is attracting a lot of attention from the top flight, with Southampton and Fulham also watching his games.

Rowe, currently on loan at Wycombe Wanderers, has started two games against Scunthorpe United and Dagenham & Redbridge, helping the Chairboys to keep clean sheets in both.

His impressive performances in front of watching Liverpool and Everton scouts has solidified interest in the player, with the report suggesting they're keen to sign him up before he returns to first-team football at Rotherham.

Rowe made his first appearance for his parent club last year in the Football League Trophy. Rotherham then sent him to Stalybridge Celtic in the Conference North before League Two Wycombe Wanderers snapped him up.

Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth paid tribute to Rowe after a "fantastic" debut against promotion-chasing Scunthorpe.

Rowe partnered Aaron Pierre at the back and looked assured, despite Ainsworth admitting that he hadn't watched the teenager in action before signing him on loan.

"I've done my research on Danny," he told Wycombe "I have to admit I didn't see him live and that was a risk, but I did a lot of research, spoke to people and saw a few clips.

"What I saw against Scunthorpe was more than enough - it was a fantastic debut."

With Liverpool and Everton scouts in attendance, it might not be long before Rowe is playing in the Premier League.

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