English forward Bobby Duncan has signed a three-year deal for English Championship side Derby County one year on after his controversial move from Liverpool to Fiorentina.
The 19-year-old will hope to get his career back on track after failing to make a first-team appearance in Italy despite scoring four goals in 12 appearances for the Serie A side’s youth side.
Duncan joined Fiorentina from Liverpool for a £1.8 million fee with a 20% sell-on clause included in the terms.
He will initially join Derby’s under-23s, and he will be keen to impress in training and matches in order to link up with Wayne Rooney and co in the senior team.
Not many Liverpool fans were happy with how Duncan left, and the cousin of Reds legend Steven Gerrard has a lot to prove going forward.
Derby are offering him another chance, and here is how the Rangers manager and Liverpool winger Harvey Elliot have reacted to his move to Pride Park:
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