The versatile 26-year-old defender is set to leave Anfield to play for the year’s championship.
Liverpool have negotiated a loan deal with Sheffield United for Ben Davis, with the transfer to be officially announced within the next 24 hours. Target I can confirm.
Davis arrived at Anfield in January as an emergency protective cover during an injury crisis, but now that Virgil van Dijk is firmly back on track, Preston’s versatile former star has found himself pushed out of the hierarchy.
Sheffield United have a constant interest and they will inevitably complete the capture of the 26-year-old.
Liverpool, who rejected the previous offer from the Championship due to their reluctance to be able to purchase when they move, they intend to financially benefit from a credit transaction that will incur an undisclosed commission.
Moreover, if the Blades return to the Premier League, Davis will receive a bonus for his parent club.
It was a translation promoted by United boss Slavisha Jokanovic, who is a huge Davis fan who has previous experience in lending deals with York, Tranmere, Southport, Newport and Fleetwood.
It was previously known that Celtic and Bournemouth, who both wanted him before he moved to Liverpool, have shown an interest in the player again, while an unnamed Premier League team have also made a request.
Davis has not been able to play for Liverpool since arriving at the club, and when Van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip are back to normal, the prospect of getting any first team minutes at Anfield is now small.
The Reds are already loaned to 20-year-old center-back Sepp van den Berg Preston this summer.