Ben Davies has left Liverpool for Sheffield United on a season-long loan.
The 26-year old only joined the Premier League club as the January transfer window creaked shut, with Liverpool scrambling for defensive cover.
Long-term injuries to Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez saw Jurgen Klopp sign Ozan Kabak on loan, and Davies in a permanent deal from Preston worth £1.67million (€2m).
Kabak has since returned to parent club Schalke, while Davies is yet to pull on a Liverpool jersey in a competitive game.
Instead, he's become Slavisa Jokanovic's first signing as Sheffield United boss.
"Really happy to be here, to be honest," Davies told United's website, "[I] got some good, exciting feelings coming in."
He added, "I've always liked Sheffield United as a club, playing against 'em.
"Obviously coming to the stadium I saw on Saturday they had 29,000 fans in, which was a pull.
"I like the manager, I like the way that he plays football. I think we've got some great players here, and I think we've got a good chance of bouncing straight back up."
The Blades opened their Championship season with a 1-0 defeat at home to Birmingham City, before Saturday's 0-0 draw with Swansea City.
Davies isn't the only player departing Anfield on loan.
Midfielder Leighton Clarkson will spend the remainder of this season on loan at Blackburn Rovers.
The 19-year old Academy graduate will look to benefit in the same manner that teammate Harvey Elliott did while on loan at Ewood Park last season.
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