Liverpool have reportedly rejected interest from Swansea City for highly rated midfielder Kevin Stewart.
The Liverpool Echo reports the Swans are one of a number of teams to make contact, alongside the likes of West Brom, Brighton, Aston Villa and Newcastle.
Stewart has made 18 first team appearances for the club since making his debut a year ago and was the subject of a £6m bid from an unnamed club last summer.
And Jurgen Klopp is understood to have no intention of selling him, with the club expected to rebuff and further interest in a player they value between £10m and £12m.
Stewart is the latest player to be linked with the Swans as the January transfer rumour mill kicks in.
New manager Paul Clement will be unveiled on Tuesday ahead of the match with Crystal Palace and is set for a busy month as he looks to strengthen the struggling Swansea squad.