Jerome Sinclair the youngster who was reported to be on the verge of moving to Watford may stay back at the club as per the Week.
Earlier Daily Star has reported that the player wanted to move out of Anfield in order to get more game time and apparently Watford FC made and offer of £1.75 million for the player in January. Liverpool has rejected the offer but since Sinclair is under 24 years of age, the Hornets may have to pay compensation to Liverpool. With this development, Watford are said to be hesitant since they will end up paying more than what they had initially offered.
Liverpool are not backing down and are prepared to go to a tribunal with this situation if necessary. It is a good move from the Reds since they should keep hold of their youngsters and develop them now that they have Jurgen Klopp.