Werder Bremen star Milot Rashica is reportedly the subject of a three-way transfer battle between Liverpool, Southampton and RB Leipzig.
German outlet SportBild is reporting that all three clubs are keen on the winger, who Bremen may be forced to part ways with in order to raise funds.
Rashica is said to have a €38m (£33m) release clause in place until June 15th, which would drop to just €18m (£16m) if Bremen are relegated from the Bundesliga.
The club's chief executive Frank Baumann addressed the interest that Rashica has attracted back in February, telling Bild: "Of course, there are a few prospects for a player like Milot after the performances of the past few years. So far, we haven’t negotiated with any club."
Rashica is a Kosovo international and Agim Ademi, president of Kosovo's Football Federation, has admitted that both Liverpool and Leipzig are interested in the player's services.