Mignolet Leaves Liverpool for Club Brugge


Simon Mignolet has left Liverpool for Club Brugge in an £8.2 million ($10m) deal.

The Belgian goalkeeper has spent six years at Anfield and has now signed a five-year deal with the Jupiler League outfit.

“After completing successful medical tests, goalkeeper Simon Mignolet signs a contract for five years with Blauw-Zwart,” a statement from Club Brugge read.

“Liverpool FC, Club Brugge and Simon reached an agreement on this today.”

Liverpool will receive an initial fee of £6.4m with a further £1.8m in add-ons, having granted the 31-year-old’s wish to leave in search of regular first-team football.

Mignolet played 204 times following his £9m switch from Sunderland in 2013, but has found himself as the club’s No.2 over the past 18 months.

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