Brentford know the price if they want to launch a late bid for Sergi Canos after Liverpool accepted a £2.5million approach from Norwich for the player.
The Canaries have matched Bristol City’s offer for the Spaniard and the clubs have been given permission to discuss personal terms with Canos.
Canos , who enjoyed a successful loan spell at Griffin Park last season, made his Reds debut at the end of the Premier League campaign at West Brom.
He had been stalling over a move to Bristol but now has Norwich’s proposal to consider as well, with Brentford previously admitting they would monitor the situation.
Brentford co-director of football Phil Giles told GetWestLondon in May that the Bees would consider a move for Canos if there was a realistic prospect of striking a deal.
He said: “Jurgen Klopp will make a decision about what he wants to do with his squad. We’ll keep in touch and see where they want to take that.
“If there’s an opportunity to bring him back I’m sure that’d be a positive move for the fans, players and staff.
“He’s not only a great player and getting better. He’s a great person, enthusiastic character. He’s great around the place and great with the fans.
“There’s not a bad thing you can say about Sergi. He’s fantastic and you forget he’s 19 at times.”
Liverpool were understood to have opened negotiations with Canos over a new deal, but talks broke down as a result of his £10,000-per-week wage demands at Anfield.