Dominic Solanke has taken to Twitter to send a message to Liverpool after completing his move to Bournemouth.
Bournemouth have signed Solanke from Premier League rivals Liverpool in the summer transfer window.
Solanke moved to Liverpool in the summer of 2017 after leaving Chelsea at the end of the 2016-17 campaign.
The England international striker struggled to make an impact at Anfield and made a handful of appearances for the Reds' first team.
The youngster has sent a message to Liverpool on Twitter and has also expressed his delight at signing for Bournemouth.
Just wanted to say a big thank you to @LFC for the past couple of seasons. I’ve learnt a lot that will benefit me in the near future! All the staff, fans and players welcomed me with open arms and I am thankful. I wish you all the best this season and in the future. #YNWA— Dom Solanke (@DomSolanke) January 4, 2019
Solanke has talent and potential, and working with Eddie Howe at Bournemouth could help him fulfil his potential.
It could take a while for the youngster to establish himself in the Bournemouth first team, but if he is given chances and is afforded patience, then he could deliver the goods for the Cherries.
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