Sky Sports understands the President of the Jamaica Football Federation Horace Burrell will fly to England to resolve Liverpool starlet Raheem Sterling's international future.
The 17-year-old has played at every youth level for England, including Stuart Pearce's England Under 21 side, along with being an unused substitute during the Three Lions' World Cup 2014 qualifying clash against Ukraine.
As Sterling is yet to feature in a full international for England he remains eligible for Jamaica, the country of his birth, and Burrell remains keen on talks.
The former QPR youngster is enjoying a breakthrough season under the Reds' new manager Brendan Rodgers, scoring his first Premier League goal in their recent 1-0 win over Reading.
Sterling impressed many with his skilful display in Liverpool's 2-2 draw in the Merseyside derby on Sunday, with captain Steven Gerrard afterwards tipping the teenager to be a Premier League star of the future.