Liverpool talent Pedro Chirivella is all set for a move to Dutch side Go Ahead Eagles and is expected to fly out with the club to their winter training base.
The 19-year-old Spaniard has struggled to catch Jurgen Klopp's eye at Anfield this term and is expected to be loaned to Go Ahead Eagles for the second half of the season.
According to Dutch daily De Stentor, Chirivella is expected to report for training with Go Ahead Eagles on Friday, before then jetting off with the club to their winter training camp in Turkey on Saturday.
The Spaniard will be linking up with a club currently propping up the Eredivisie table, with just three wins from 17 league games.
And Chirivella will be aiming to play regular first team football in the Dutch top flight as he looks to kick on with his career.
The midfielder started his career in the youth ranks at Valencia in his homeland before being tempted to Anfield in 2013.
He made his senior debut for Liverpool under Brendan Rodgers in the Europa League in 2015, turning out against Bordeaux in a group stage clash.
Chirivella first turned out for Klopp in the FA Cup last year, before then making his Premier League debut before the end of last season against Swansea City.