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Liverpool are on the verge of finalising the signing of Queen's Park Rangers striker Loic Remy.
The French international has now arrived in Boston and is currently undergoing a medical ahead of his proposed £8.5m switch.
Remy has flown to meet with Liverpool representatives during their pre-season tour of America, and could make his debut as early as Sunday against Olympiacos.
Brendan Rodgers activated the 27-year-old's release clause, a move that could be described as one of the summers bargains - especially considering Leonardo Ulloa's £8m move from Brighton earlier today.
Despite rapid advancements in Remy's Anfield arrival, Rodgers remained tight-lipped over the transfer, he said: "I will only comment about a player once he's agreed to join and has signed."
If Remy does sign, he will constitute Liverpool's fifth summer signing after Rickie Lambert, Adam Lallana, Emre Can and Lazar Markovic.
Taking the Northern-Irishman's summer spending to an estimated £66.5m, with Dejan Lovren and Divock Origi still expected to join.