Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has confirmed the club's interest in sought-after Northern Irish starlet Rory Donnelly.
Cliftonville striker Donnelly is being chased by Swansea and Everton with both clubs thought to have agreed a fee with the Northern Ireland club for the 19-year-old.
However, Liverpool have now joined the chase for Donnelly with Cliftonville chairman Gerard Lawlor revealing earlier this week he had spoken to Dalglish about the forward.
Dalglish has admitted Liverpool have expressed an interest in Donnelly, but admits they face competition for his signature.
"I spoke to the chairman - it was nice of him to tell everyone," said Dalglish.
"There is a bit of interest in the boy from a few places so we have registered our interest but that is as far as it goes at the moment."