Official : Liverpool Starlet Solanke Joins Two Young Nigerian Players At BournemouthPublished: January 04, 2019
Through their official website, Liverpool have confirmed that Nigeria-eligible striker Dominic Solanke has completed a permanent transfer to Premier League rivals Bournemouth.
The financial terms and duration of the long-term contract he signed with The Cherries were not disclosed though a fee of around 19 million pounds has been mooted.
Solanke has one England cap to his name and was a key member of the Young Lions squad that won the FIFA U20 World Cup in South Korea in the summer of 2017.
The 21-year-old departs the Anfield side with 27 appearances to his name, scoring one goal.
His only goal in a Liverpool shirt came on the final day of last season in a 4-0 win against Brighton & Hove.
He joins Jordon Ibe and Flying Eagles midfielder Nnamdi Ofoborh at Bournemouth.
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