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Liverpool, Tottenham watching Leeds midfielder Kalvin Phillips

Liverpool and Tottenham are watching Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phillips.

The Mirror says Sours boss Jose Mourinho and Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp have been impressed by Phillips' handful of appearances at the top table and may be tempted to make a big-money move down the line.

The Leeds-born enforcer penned a five-year deal last year, tying him down until 2024, in an overall package worth a reported £30,000-a-week.

Liverpool and Tottenham would be able to more than double Phillips' weekly earnings, however, should they manage to reach an agreement with his club.

The two clubs are actively on the hunt for players to freshen up their midfield options - with Mourinho in particular having been won over by Phillips' showings.

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