Nathaniel Clyne looks set to leave Liverpool this summer with Bournemouth, Crystal Palace and West Ham all said to be keen on a move for the defender.

Clyne spent the second half of the season on loan with the Cherries, making 15 appearances for Eddie Howe’s side, and according to Sky Sports, Bournemouth are one of three Premier League sides set to battle it out for the England international. 

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Both Palace and West Ham are also eyeing a move for the full back, while Serie A giants Napoli are reportedly interested in the 28-year-old, who is said to be valued at a fee in the region of £15million by the Reds.

Clyne signed for Liverpool in a £12.5million deal from Southampton in 2015 and was a regular at right-back for the Reds in his first two season’s at Anfield.

However a serious injury kept him out for the majority of the 2017/18 campaign, and the defender has struggled to regain his spot in the first team following his return to fitness, due to the form of Trent Alexander-Arnold.

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