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Kevin Stewart nears £8 million move to Hull City

20 July 2017

Brendan Rodgers should form another reunion at Celtic by raiding former side Liverpool with a late move to sign midfielder Kevin Stewart.

Stewart signed a new five-year deal at Liverpool last November and played nine matches for the first team and 10 with the under-23 squad last season.

Meanwhile, RB Leipzig's owner says the German club have rejected a 75m euro (£66m) bid for midfielder Naby Keita.

Ex-Dundee United star Andrew Robertson looks set to complete a move to English giants Liverpool. A base fee of £8M plus a potential £2M further in add-ons should Robertson succeed at his new club has been agreed.

Liverpool are reportedly edging ever closer to completing the signing of Hull City left-back Andy Robertson after he left the club's training camp in Portugal.

Hull City star set for medical ahead of proposed Liverpool move

	Posted by Sam Wilkins
Hull City star set for medical ahead of proposed Liverpool move Posted by Sam Wilkins

For comparison, Emre Can is also 23 years old and several months older than Stewart but has shown genuine indications that he will grow into a force to be reckoned with in the coming years.

He is likely to be announced as a Liverpool player by the end of the week.

Kent spent last season on loan with Barnsley in the Championship, and is now ready to make the step up to a side battling for promotion to the Premier League.

Klopp turned his attention to the Scotland global after missing out on Fulham's Ryan Sessegnon and Monaco's Benjamin Mendy.

According to The Liverpool Echo, the deal is done.

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Kevin Stewart nears £8 million move to Hull City