Bobby Duncan: Liverpool agree deal to sell forward to Fiorentina

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By Matthew Henry
BBC Sport
Liverpool forward Bobby Duncan is close to linking Italian side Fiorentina.
Fiorentina had a loan move refused but have now agreed a charge of 2m euros (#1.8m) with a 20 percent sell-on clause.
Duncan joined Liverpool from Manchester City in 2018 and scored 32 goals in all competitions for the under-18 side of the club last season.
Last week, the Reds denied accusations made by the Duncan’s representative of”emotionally Spartan” the teenager.
Agent Saif Rubie claimed England Under-18 international Duncan, who’s the cousin of former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard, has been retained in the club against his will, comments the team called”unfounded allegations”.
It is known Fiorentina loan offer didn’t include a dedication.
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