- Joe Hardy has joined Liverpool for an undisclosed fee
- The young prodigy becomes the second star to switch to Anfield after Takumi Minamino
- Hardy scored 40 goals in 80 appearances for the Brentford's B team and is on a goal spree this season
Liverpool have completed the signing of Joe Hardy from Championship side Brentford FC, making the 21-year-old star their second signing in the January market.
The European champions had earlier signed Takumi Minamino from Red Bull Salzburg at the beginning of this month for a fee of £7.25million.
The Japan international made his debut during a narrow FA Cup win over Everton on Sunday.
Hardy becomes the latest star to come to Anfield after switching side to Premier League for an undisclosed fee.
The sensational forward scored 40 goals in 80 appearances for the Brentford's B team and has hit three goals for the team's reserve team this campaign.
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Hardy joined the Championship side in 2016/17 campaign after a short stint with Manchester City.
Jurgen Klopp will hope to boost his attack-line with the presence of the promising star who his former coach Neil MacFarlane described as prodigy, while hailing the Liverpool move as a giant step on his career.
''Joe has been here for a number of years and last year he had a pretty fruitful season in terms of being the top goalscorer and playing a number of games,'' MacFarlane.
“He's perhaps come to the end of his time with the club in terms of the strategy, and to go to a club the size of Liverpool can only be good for him.
“The club are flying at the moment, they're European champions, and potential Premier League winners, so being in and around that environment can only be good for Joe.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Chelsea are reportedly close to the signing of Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha with emerging reports claiming Blues are ready to splash £80 million for the sensational forward.
Zaha became a sudden target for the top Premier side following his impressive brilliance in the heart of Palace's attackline.
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