Rhian Brewster is set to complete a £23.5m switch to Sheffield United over the weekend.
The Blades agreed a deal with Liverpool in the last 24 hours that will see the young hot shot move to Bramall Lane.
Brewster, 20, will now undergo a medical and finalise personal terms.
Liverpool have agreed a 15 per cent sell-on clause as well as a buy-back option in the deal.
They can trigger the buy-back option for the next three years.
The Reds believe that protects them in allowing the promising striker to leave on a permanent deal.
Brewster was set to depart on loan again in this window after a successful spell at Swansea last season.
But it became increasingly clear that his future lies elsewhere after Kop boss Jurgen Klopp strengthened his attacking options.
Liverpool brought in Takumi Minamino last January and this summer spent £41m on Diogo Jota.
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Brewster's style of forward play also made it difficult for him to be an option for Klopp as he is very different to Roberto Firmino who plays in the central role of the Reds' attack.
Brewster has yet to play a Premier League game so the Reds are happy with the fee they've managed to agree.
The English forward will now look to kick-start his top-flight career with Chris Wilder at Bramall Lane.
It is unlikely he will be registered in time to face Arsenal on Sunday but it has not been ruled out.
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