With so much excitement around the Liverpool fans in the Transfer Tavern despite their awful showing in Basel mid-week, even the notion of a player leaving the club is met with little despair.
Striker Jerome Sinclair has completed his move to Watford and will join up with the Hertfordshire outfit on July 1st, report the Liverpool Echo.
Still only 19, the talented forward became the Reds’ youngster ever player back in 2013 after coming off the bench in the League Cup at just 16 years of age.
However, he has since struggled to truly impose himself upon first-team proceedings under both Brendan Rodgers and now Jurgen Klopp.
He has made just five senior appearances for the club and a result opted to wind his contract at Anfield down.
Former club West Bromwich Albion were thought to be interested in bringing him back to the Midlands, though it is now confirmed he will link up with the Hornets on a four-year deal.
How good of a player can Sinclair develop into?
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