Liverpool and Manchester City are both keeping tabs on RB Leipzig star Benjamin Šeško.

The striker arrived at the Bundesliga side last summer and has impressed in his debut season, scoring 10 goals from 28 goals.

Bild state his form has made him a ‘transfer hit’ at Leipzig and has also seen top clubs, including Liverpool and Manchester City, watch him closely.

It’s claimed the Premier League duo, along with Barcelona, are ‘keeping an eye’ on the 20-year-old.

Liverpool, Pep Guardiola’s side or any other club can take him away from the Bundesliga side by activating his €50m release clause in the summer.

This will come into effect after this season, a year after the frontman joined the club. This is unusual for Leipzig, but Bild state they wouldn’t have signed the Slovenia international without agreeing to this condition.

Earlier this week, the German club suffered a 1-0 defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League. After the tie, Leipzig sporting director Rouven Schröder was asked if he’s worried about a club activating Šeško’s clause.

“That’s not going through my head tonight,” he said.

Liverpool and Manchester City can therefore secure Šeško’s services for €50m in the summer, but we will have to wait and see whether they do, since they already both have established prolific strikers in Darwin Nuñez and Erling Haaland.