Following news earlier in the day that a fee had been agreed and the player was undergoing a medical, Liverpool have now officially confirmed that Conor Coady has completed his transfer to Huddersfield Town. The former U21 captain leaves Anfield having made two appearances for the senior side and will hope to thrive at the Championship level as Jay Spearing has since he moved to Bolton.
Huddersfield Town finished 17th in the Championship last season, their second since returning to the second tier after an absence of more than a decade, and, after impressing for Sheffield United in League One last season, Coady will be expected to play a key role as they attempt to consolidate their place in the coming campaign. He will join former Liverpool academy graduates Adam Hammill and Lee Peltier.
He leaves for a fee believed to be £500k plus add-ons, and though in the end there appeared not to be room for him at Anfield, Liverpool fans will wish him all the best as he looks to establish himself with Huddersfield and it wouldn't be surprising to see him back in the Premier League at some point in his career.