Sunderland goal keeper, Jordan Pickford is attracting the interests of a host of Premier League teams ahead of a summer switch. The England Under-21 international has been the shining light in an underwhelming Sunderland team that would play in the Championship next season.
Pickford, 23, has starred for the Black Cats this season, and the club knows they might be powerless to stop him from moving.
David Moyes has warned Pickford not to leave Sunderland this summer just to go and sit on the bench at a top club.
However, that advice is likely to fall on deaf ears when you consider the calibre of teams who are jostling for his signature.
Arsenal, Manchester United, Manchester City, and Liverpool have all registered an interest in the player.
Liverpool have three good goalkeepers currently with Danny Ward out on loan at Huddersfield Town. However, Jurgen Klopp is expecting former number 1, Loris Karius to ask for a move away from Anfield this summer after losing his place to Simon Mignolet.
Pickford is reportedly the most valuable player in Sunderland, and it is believed the club values him at £25 million. However, with their relegation to the Championship confirmed, he should leave for half that price.