Watford have signed striker Jerome Sinclair from Liverpool on a free transfer after the player agreed a four-year contract.
The 19-year-old Birmingham-born forward is off to Vicarage Road on a four-year deal, according to his management company Colossal Sports which made the announcement via their instagram page.
Sinclair joins the Hornets on a free-transfer and will meet-up with his new teammates on July 1.
The youngster made five appearances for the Reds and also played one game for Wigan during a loan spell at the DW Stadium last year.
At the age of 16 he made his Liverpool debut, coming on as a second half substitute during a Capital One Cup match against West Brom in September 2012.
He made two brief Premier League appearances in May 2015, before making his only start in an FA Cup match at Exeter in January of this year.
He scored his maiden senior goal in this fixture and, although the Reds reportedly wanted him to sign a new deal, he chose to join Watford who on Saturday announced that Walter Mazzarri had become their new manager.