The lines of communication between Liverpool and Bournemouth must have been pretty busy yesterday.
Hard on the heels of it being announced that the south coast club had signed Dominic Solanke, Click Here, for a fee of £19 million, news broke that Eddie Howe had added a second Liverpool player to his squad.
The player in question being Nathaniel Clyne.
With the BBC, reporting that Clyne, a 27-year-old right back who has played for England, has joined Bournemouth on loan until the end of the season.
Opportunities, at Anfield, have been scarce for the defender courtesy of the outstanding form of Trent Alexander-Arnold with Clyne being restricted to just five appearances with only two of those being starts this season.
It is an ideal signing for the Cherries who are without a recognised right-back courtesy of both incumbents of the role being side-lined with long-term injuries.
Here at Vital Liverpool, we expected that Clyne would be off on his travels, as he seeks regular first-team football and we’d like to wish him luck during his temporary spell with Bournemouth.
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