Liverpool youngster Sergi Canos has turned down the club's latest offer for a new deal, according to sources close to the player.
The Spanish youth international is entering the final year of his contract at Anfield and the club have reportedly offered him an extension, however sources close to the player have told ESPN FC that all parties were some way apart on the terms offered.
The 19-year-old has made just one appearance for the Reds, coming off the bench for a brief cameo against West Bromwich Albion on the final day of the season. However he has enjoyed a rather successful loan spell with Brentford this season, scoring seven goals in 38 appearances for the Bees helping them to a 9th placed finish in the Championship.
That form seems to have attracted the attention of many clubs who will for sure be monitoring his contract situation, including Watford, QPR, Brentford themselves and a number of clubs from Portugal.
Canos moved to Merseyside at 16-years-old, joining from Spanish giants Barcelona in 2013 and is highly regarded by many at the club.
It remains to be seen as to whether Liverpool will come back with an improved offer for the teenager, but they will be keen to sign him on, otherwise they may be forced to sell the youngster in the summer rather than letting him run out his contract.
If the club choose to sell Canos, it is understood that they will be looking for a fee in the region of £4m - which would make a move back to Griffin Park highly unlikely.