Bobby Duncan: Liverpool agree deal to sell forward to Fiorentina

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From Matthew Henry
BBC Sport
Liverpool forwards Bobby Duncan is near joining Italian side Fiorentina.
Fiorentina needed a loan move refused but have agreed a charge of 2m euros (#1.8m) with a 20 percent sell-on clause.
Duncan, 18, joined Liverpool from Manchester City in 2018 and scored 32 goals in all competitions for the club’s under-18 side last season.
Last week, the Reds refused accusations made by the Duncan’s agent of”mentally bullying” the adolescent.
Agent Saif Rubie claimed England Under-18 global Duncan, who is the cousin of former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard, has been retained in the club will, comments the team described as”unfounded allegations”.
It is understood a commitment to get Duncan or any penalty clauses if the forwards did not play was not included by Fiorentina loan deal.
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