Here's all the important information about Liverpool's youngest ever goalscorer...
Liverpool's Welsh wonder kid could be on his way to Bramall Lane this season, so what should Blades fans expect from the 18-year-old forward?
Although his appearances were limited last season, Reds academy product Woodburn became the talk of the Premier League after a stellar start to both his senior and international career in 2016-17.
Nicknamed 'The Prince of Wales', Woodburn scored on his second senior appearance for Liverpool in their EFL Cup quarter-final win over Leeds United in November 2016, making him the club's youngest ever goalscorer at 17 years and 45 days.
The 2017 European Golden Boy award nominee earned his first senior call up for Wales in March 2017 and made his first appearance four months later, scoring a stunning 25-yard strike to keep Wales' hopes of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup alive.
Since then, Woodburn's senior appearances for club and country have been limited to a handful from the bench, but Jurgen Klopp is said to be a big admirer of the teenager, prompting the club to offer him a long-term deal last autumn.
With other young Liverpool players sent out on loan to get vital experience at Championship clubs in January, the skilful 5ft9in attacking player will be looking to continue his physical development by getting plenty of senior games under his belt.
Woodburn would be a diverse attacking option if he joins Chris Wilder's side as he can play anywhere along the front line, although the tricky attacker typically plays on the left.
The BBC Wales Young Sportsman of the year has admirers in Ryan Giggs and Steven Gerrard, and would be a replacement for David Brooks at Bramall Lane.