Liverpool player Krisztian Adorjan is reportedly closing in on a move to Italian club Novara FC.
The side are currently in the third-tier of Italian football having been relegated from Serie B last season; and according to Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio, the club are keen to bring Adorjan in on a permanent deal.
The Hungarian right-winger has a contract at Anfield until the summer of 2015, but with little chance of breaking into the Liverpool first-team this season it is being reported that he has agreed to move on.
The report claims Adorjan will sign a three-year contract before the close of business today, becoming the latest player to leave Anfield this summer.
The 21-year-old previously spent a loan spell at FC Groningen, where he scored three goals in 21 games. But having failed to feature for the Liverpool first-team to date, it appears he could be set for a permanent exit.
Is it time for Adorjan to move on permanently?