Liverpool youngster Jack Dunn is set to leave Anfield to join Tranmere Rovers on a free transfer this summer.
Dunn enjoyed a good loan spell with Tranmere, helping them to reach the National League play-off final – a game they sadly lost to Forest Green.
According to HITC Sport who have sources close to the club, the 22-year-old who’s contract is set to expire later this month will make the move permanent this summer having not been offered a new deal at Liverpool.
Coming through the ranks and playing regularly in the Under-23’s side, there was a stage when Dunn was highly thought of within the club. However, failure to make a first-team appearances when his stock was rising proved detrimental to his chances of breaking through the ranks with his fortunes fading since.
That has seen Dunn enjoy four loan spells during the last two seasons at Cheltenham Town, Burton Albion, Morecambe and Tranmere. Achieving a tally of six goals in 19 games last season, the attacker has progressed well this season at Tranmere and subsequently remains keen on a permanent switch.
Manager Micky Mellon is equally as keen to bring him back to Prenton Park on a free transfer once his contract expires at Anfield. Another Liverpool youngster who couldn’t quite make the cut will now leave in search of more regular chances.