Blackpool, Odense and New York Red Bulls are also interested in the 21-year-old forward
Liverpool have rejected an offer from Basel for striker Liam Millar.
The Canada international is set to leave the Reds this summer, and the Swiss team have emerged as a surprise favorite to land the 21-year-old.
Blackpool, Odense and New York Red Bull are also fond of the quick forward, who can play as a winger or a center forward, and who made 27 appearances on loan at Charlton in League One last season.
What is the situation ?
Liverpool, Goal understands, rejected a formal offer from Basel for Millar on Friday, but expects a second offer next week.
The Reds are seeking a fee well over £ 1million ($ 1.4million) for a player who joined the club from Fulham in 2016.
Millar still has two years on his contract, but wants to move on in order to play football regularly. He once played for Liverpool’s first team, starting their FA Cup fourth round victory over Shrewsbury at Anfield in February 2020, and enjoyed two separate loan spells with Kilmarnock in Scotland before his move to Charlton in January .
He has been selected 11 times by Canada, where he is part of a new generation of young talent that includes Bayern Munich star Alphonso Davies and Jonathan David of Lille.
Who else are Liverpool looking to move this summer?
As confirmed by Goal earlier this week, Liverpool are open to offers for young full-back Neco Williams, wanted by Leeds, Burnley and Southampton, among others.
Welsh compatriot Harry Wilson is also for sale, and the Reds were approached by Portuguese giants Benfica on a possible deal, although the parties are quite distant in terms of valuing the 23-year-old.
Nat Phillips would be allowed to leave if an offer of around £ 12million ($ 17million) was received, and Burnley and Brighton have both requested information, while midfielder Marko Grujic is also expected to move on, just like goalkeeper Loris Karius.
Divock Origi, Xherdan Shaqiri and Takumi Minamino all face an uncertain future, although the three are unlikely to be moved this summer. Decisions must also be made for Ben Woodburn, Sheyi Ojo, Taiwo Awoniyi and Kamil Grabara.