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Liverpool are on the verge of signing French striker Loic Remy on a five-year contract for a fee of around £12.5 million [€15m], Goal.com UK understands.
The 23-year-old is expected to travel to Merseyside tomorrow to undergo a medical before joining Roy Hodgson's squad at its training camp in Switzerland, according to sources at Remy's club, Nice.
Remy had been tempted by offers from Tottenham and West Ham, whose directors, David Sullivan and Karen Brady, flew to the south of France in an attempt to negotiate a deal, but it was Liverpool's history that tipped the balance and a deal has agreed in principle.
"Liverpool is a legendary club," Remy told Nice Matin today. "I am very excited by the thought of playing there. It has a magnificent stadium and a fantastic public." - www.liverpoolfc.tv...