Liverpool's Bobby Duncan pulled out of PL2 match amid transfer frustration

Duncan wants the opportunity to speak to Fiorentina about a move and is said to be frustrated at Liverpool’s unwillingness to entertain offers.

BIRKENHEAD, ENGLAND - JULY 11: Bobby Duncan of Liverpool during the Pre-Season Friendly match between Tranmere Rovers and Liverpool at Prenton Park on July 11, 2019 in Birkenhead, England. (Photo by James Williamson - AMA/Getty Images)
Image: Bobby Duncan pulled out of Monday's Premier League 2 match against Southampton

Liverpool striker Bobby Duncan pulled out of Monday’s Premier League 2 match against Southampton, Sky Sports News understands.

Duncan wants the opportunity to speak to Fiorentina about a move and is said to be frustrated at Liverpool's unwillingness to entertain offers.

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It is understood Liverpool will not allow Duncan to leave on loan and have rejected loan offers from Danish club FC Nordsjaelland and Fiorentina.

The offer from the Serie A side was described to Sky Sports News as being "unrealistic and derisory".

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes the Premier League should have the same transfer deadline day as the rest of Europe

Sky Sports News have been told representatives from Fiorentina will arrive in the UK this week in an attempt to find a resolution.

While the player wants to leave, it is understood that he has maintained a professional attitude.

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Duncan, whose contract runs until 2021, scored 25 goals for the development squad last season.

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