According to Goal, Liverpool will allow Clyne to leave them for good at the end of the campaign and hope to generate a fee of around £15 million.
The England right-back has played 12 times since his January move to Bournemouth and was part of Cherries side that beat West Ham 2-0 later that month.
But Eddie Howe's side have tasted success in just three of those altogether and Saturday's defeat to Burnley saw Clyne withdrawn after 45 minutes.
This is what those of a Bournemouth persuasion are saying about him on Twitter...
Not a chance I’d sign Clyne permanently in the summer. Had a good first few games but has been woeful since then. #afcb— Ben (@bol96_) 6 April 2019
Clyne seems to have lost interest since his "party".....— Chris Jones (@CJAFCB) 6 April 2019
West Ham are expected to release Pablo Zabaleta at the end of his contract this summer but will still have Ryan Fredericks and Sam Byram in Clyne's position, as things stand.
Clyne is reported to have cost Liverpool around £15 million from Southampton four years ago, having begun his career in London with Crystal Palace.
Should Bournemouth / West Ham United move for the Liverpool man next season?
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