Carlisle United director of football David Holdsworth has told News & Star that there is interest in Liam McCarron amid speculation that Leeds United, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Derby County and Sheffield United want the teenager in the summer transfer window.
According to The Daily Mail, Leeds are showing interested in Carlisle winger McCarron.
The report has also claimed that the West Yorkshire outfit’s Championship rivals Derby have watched the talented and promising young winger.
Sheffield United – who will play in the Premier League next season after clinching automatic promotion from the Championship – and Wolves are also reported to have watched the youngster as well.
McCarron, who is only 18 years of age and is professional terms with Carlisle, is valued at £250,000, according to The Daily Mail.
Carlisle director of football Holdsworth has revealed that there is interest in the youngster, but he has not stated whether or not the League Two outfit will cash in on the 18-year-old winger in the summer transfer window.
Carlisle’s director of football Holdsworth told News & Star: “We have received interest from a number of parties regarding both Jarrad Branthwaite and Liam McCarron.”