Bobby Duncan: Liverpool agree deal to sell forward to Fiorentina

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By Matthew Henry
BBC Sport
Liverpool forwards Bobby Duncan is near linking side Fiorentina on a permanent transport.
Fiorentina had a loan movement refused but have agreed a fee of 2m euros (#1.8m) with a 20 percent sell-on clause.
Duncan, 18, joined Liverpool and scored 32 goals in all competitions for the club side .
Last week, the Reds refused accusations made by the Duncan’s representative of”mentally bullying” the adolescent.
Agent Saif Rubie maintained England Under-18 global Duncan, who’s the cousin of former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard, has been kept at the club against his will, remarks the team described as”unfounded allegations”.
It is known the authentic loan offer of Fiorentina didn’t include a commitment to purchase any penalty clauses or Duncan when the forward didn’t play.
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