The agent of Carlos Bacca has revealed that Liverpool and another English club are interested in signing Sevilla striker.

The 28-year-old is currently with the Colombia national team as they are set to take on Argentina in the quarter-final clash of the 2015 Copa America on 26 June. He had an impressive season for the La Liga outfit, which included a brace against Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk in their 3-2 Europa League final victory.

Bacca's club form has seen him attract interest from Premier League clubs, while AS Roma have already confirmed their desire to sign him. The Mirror reports Manchester United are looking to scupper Liverpool's move to sign the striker.

The Colombian international has a £21.5m ($33.8m) release clause in his contract. His agent Sergio Barila has admitted the potential suitors need to meet his client's asking price for his signature.

"We have had lots of interest but so far there has been no official approach. I spoke with Carlos on Wednesday night and we agreed we need a real solution. Clubs are telling him not to sign anything until they have made an offer but we are still waiting," Barila told the Guardian.

"Liverpool and another English club are among those that have shown an interest but there are also clubs in Italy. What is clear is that they must meet the release clause but at this stage nobody has."

Meanwhile, Sevilla sporting director Monchi has admitted the club have not received any official offer for Bacca.

"We have not received an official offer for Bacca. We are not in negotiations for any important player. I'm no fortune-teller but top strikers in the market, there aren't that many," Monchi is quoted as saying by the Mirror.

"I hope no one pays his buy-out clause. It's a risk we take but we can't do anything about that. We gave him a new contract 10 months ago and I believe he and his family are very happy here. But I cannot predict the future."