Liverpool goalkeeper, Simon Mignolet, has flown to Brugge to complete a £6.4m move, the UK Mirror reports.
Mignolet travelled straight from Wembley following the Community Shield fixture against Manchester City.
Reds boss Jurgen Klopp had told the keeper who joined Liverpool in 2013 for £9m from Sunderland, that he wouldn’t stand in his way, if a reasonable offer came.
And now Klopp will make a late swoop in the market to find a replacement, who can act as a back up to obvious first choice Alisson Becker.
Liverpool have been linked with Cardiff keeper Neil Etheridge earlier in the window, and have also been strongly connected to the former West Ham keeper Adrian, who was released at the end of the season.