Liverpool confirmed the sales of talented duo Ryan Kent and Bobby Duncan yesterday, with the winger re-joining Rangers and the forward signing for Italian outfits Fiorentina.
Both transfers are permanent and no buy-back clause is inserted in any of that deal.
Duncan has made the switch to La Viola for a reported £1.8million transfer fee, as per the BBC, which is a return of nine times what the Merseyside Reds paid to get him from Manchester City earlier in the last summer.
Kent signed for Scottish giants after the Gers forked out the Reds asking price of £7million – which is considerably lower than what they wanted earlier in the summer, according to the reports from Britain.
Both deals reportedly include a 20% sell-on clause which would see Jurgen Klopp’s side benefit from any windfall in the future, should either – or both – player’s get traded.
Meanwhile, Liverpool head-coach Jurgen Klopp has reportedly stopped Dejan Lovren from leaving the club for a season-long loan deal.
Having found himself as the fourth choice ahead of the new campaign, Croatia international defender became a target for several foreign clubs, including the likes of AS Roma and AC Milan.
Klopp has previously indicated that he would hold talks with the 30-year-old defender in a bid to find a positive resolution for both parties.
However, according to The Mirror, the Merseyside Reds, head-coach has prevented the defender from leaving Anfield on a temporary basis.