Reigning European champions Liverpool have been asked to pay a compensation fee of £7m for summer signing Harvey Elliott according to reports from Various.
Liverpool were asked to pay the said compensation fee by English Championship outfit Fulham.
Harvey Elliott is a teenage attacker who came through the Fulham Academy before making his debut for the London club.
He joined Liverpool from Fulham on a free transfer in the summer and the Cottagers are due to pay a compensation fee since Harvey Elliott came through their ranks but the Reds are not ready to meet their demands of £7m.
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Harvey Elliott has impressed for Liverpool since joining the club especially in the Carabao Cup where he has helped the Premier League leaders reach the quarterfinals.
Liverpool sealed a spot in the last eight of the competition with the penalty shootout win over North London giants Arsenal.
After the two teams shared a ten-goal salvo, Liverpool beat the Gunners at home via a 5-4 win in the shootout.
Liverpool will now face Aston Villa in the last eight away from home and Harvey Elliott is expected to play a part in the game with the senior squad busy with the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup tournament in Qatar.