Liverpool ready to pay £8m for Chelsea youth striker

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The striker has scored goals for fun at every youth level, and has always been tipped as the next player to break into the first team.

But his future appears to lie away from the club he's represented since the Under-8s, with Solanke himself reportedly telling friends he's heading to Merseyside.

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Solanke made his debut for Chelsea in 2014 when he was just 17, but has failed to break through since.

"I don't know [if he will leave]", Conte told a news conference on Friday.

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Everton are now short of options beyond top scorer Romelu Lukaku - a player Chelsea are ironically keen to re-sign, according to reports - while their development of promising Englishmen Mason Holgate, Tom Davies and Ademola Lookman has caught the eye this season.

Liverpool are on the look-out for a striker and with Daniel Sturridge seemingly out of favour at the club, there could be an opening for the youngster to exploit as Klopp prepares a squad capable of regularly challenging for the Premier League.

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"I have spoken with him, to try to understand his will". But we must have great respect for every decision that the player can take. After the Raheem Sterling fiasco, the club should steer clear of players who are clearly motivated by money, Solanke is obviously more interested in money than development.

However, Arsenal could attempt to swoop for the former Vitesse Arnhem loanee, and any possible move for Solanke would not be dependent on whether current boss Arsene Wenger decides to sign a new two-year contract at the Emirates Stadium.

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