HITC Sport understands Liverpool forward Jack Dunn has agreed a move to Tranmere.
Jack Dunn playing for Liverpool
Liverpool starlet Jack Dunn is leaving Anfield to join Tranmere Rovers on a free transfer, HITC Sport understands from sources close to club.
Dunn ended this season on loan at Tranmere and helped them reach the National League play-off final only to lose to Forest Green.
The 22-year-old's contract at Liverpool expires later this month and with the club not offering him a new deal he has decided to move on in search of regular first-team football.
Dunn has come through the ranks at Liverpool and was a regular in club's Under-23s side, but he failed to make a first-team appearance during his time at Anfield.
Jack Dunn of Morecambe in action with Tom Parkes of Leyton Orient
The skilful attacker spent four spells out on loan at Cheltenham Town, Burton Albion, Morecambe and Tranmere during the last two seasons.
Dunn scored six goals in 19 games at the start of last season before joining Tranmere in January.
Dunn saw his loan stint at Tranmere interupted by injury as he was restricted to just seven outings for Rovers and Micky Mellon was keen to bring him back to Prenton Park on a permanent basis once his contract at Liverpool expired.
Jack Dunn (C) celebrates scoring for Cheltenham