Fulham hope Liverpool will be ordered to pay a record tribunal fee of more than £10million for 16-year-old sensation Harvey Elliott.
Elliott signed for Liverpool after rejecting a scholarship at Fulham and his transfer fee is expected be decided by a tribunal after the two clubs failed to reach an agreement.
Fulham want a compensation package which includes an upfront payment and a percentage of any profit Liverpool make on the sale of the midfielder, who became the youngest ever Premier League player last season.
The record fee for a tribunal involved striker Danny Ings when he moved from Burnley to Liverpool in 2015.
In that case, Liverpool were ordered to pay £6.5m plus £1.5m in add-ons plus 20 per cent of the profit they made on his £20m transfer to Southampton last year.
Fulham are pushing for compensation for Elliott, who made his Liverpool debut on Sunday, which would exceed that.