We are vying with three other teams to sign Liverpool winger Harry Wilson on loan, according to the Scottish Sun.
The newspaper reports that Rangers, Huddersfield Town and Leeds are also in the mix for the midfielder’s signature.
He has put in a number of impressive performances for Hull City during his six-month spell at the KCOM Stadium in the second half of the season.
In his 14 appearances for the Tigers, the 21-year-old scored an impressive seven goals and provided four assists.
Reds manager Jurgen Klopp is said to be unwilling to let Wilson leave on a permanent deal, and is commanding a £250,000 loan fee if he is loaned out again next campaign.
The Welsh international is able to play on either wing, and he will be a player in high demand in the summer. Rangers would likely be the favourites because of manager Steven Gerrard’s strong connections with his former club.
The Anfield legend will takeover as Gers boss in July having been Liverpool’s Under 18 manager under Klopp this season.