Liverpool have allowed midfielder Cameron Brannagan to leave the club.
The youngster has put pen to paper on three and a half year deal with League One club Oxford United as he brings his Anfield career to a close.
And the twenty-one year old is keen to get started with his new side after making the move south in search of regular first-team football having seen his opportunities limited at Anfield.
“As soon as I spoke with the manager about the move here, I was keen to get up here, get started and get playing.” he told BBC Radio Oxford.
“Hopefully I can kick-on from here after the loan at Fleetwood.” he added.
Big things were expected of Brannagan when he made the breakthrough into the Liverpool side in a Europa League game against French club Bordeaux back in 2015.
He was even linked with a surprise move to Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid during the Summer of 2016 as Liverpool rejected a £1m offer from Wigan Athletic for his services.
But after sixteen years as part of the youth setup at Liverpool, Brannagan has made his exit.