English Premiership

Clyne due for Reds medical

2015-06-29 11:01
Nathaniel Clyne (Getty Images)

Cape Town - Southampton defender Nathaniel Clyne is set to undergo his medical at Liverpool as soon as Monday.

Clyne is due to return from holiday on Monday in order to complete his move to Anfield, according to Sky Sports

Last week reports all but confirmed the deal which will see Clyne join the likes of Adam Lallana, Rickie Lambert and Dejan Lovren as players to have jumped ship to join Liverpool in recent times.

Southampton accepted an £12.5 million offer for the English right-back, who has just one year left on his current contract at the Saints.

The 24-year-old defender was a major part of Southampton's remarkable 2014/15 season where he played 41 times and earned his first senior England cap.

Clyne joined Southampton from Crystal Palace in 2012 and will replace outgoing defender Glen Johnson, who is set to leave the club after failing to agree to new terms.

 

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