Done deal: BBC confirms Liverpool complete deal for star


Liverpool goalkeeper Ryan Fulton has signed for Scottish Premiership side Hamilton Academical in a permanent deal, ending his 10-year-old spell at the club, according to BBC.

The 21-year-old has not been able to break into the Red Devils’ first team being the third-choice keeper, with Simon Mignolet and Adam Bogdan ahead of him in the pecking order.

Fulton joined Liverpool at the U10 level in 2007; he moved through the ranks at the club and was included in the squad for the pre-season tour to Asia in 2015.

He had loan spells at Portsmouth two seasons ago and Chesterfield last season, where he made 26 appearances for the League One side.

Fulton signed a two-year deal with Hamilton and will challenge both Gary Woods and Darren Park for a place in the first team.

Liverpool confirmed the deal on official their website and wish him luck.

“Liverpool FC wishes Ryan the best of luck in his future career,”

Mignolet is expected to be the first-choice for Liverpool in-between the sticks next season while Bogdan serves as the back-up.

In another news, Paris Saint Germain target Philippe Coutinho is staying at the club next season, confirmed Jurgen Klopp and they have also moved closer to signing Hull City’s Andrew Robertson.