Liverpool winger, Sheyi Ojo settles for Fulham

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Liverpool youngster Sheyi Ojo is set to join SkyBet Championship club Fulham on loan.

Fulham made the announcement of Ojo's loan move on their official website on Wednesday.

His development was hampered by a stress fracture in his back last season but Ojo is eager to get a taste of first-team football again and his imminent arrival represents a real coup for Fulham.

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An ankle injury saw him miss Everton's opening Premier League game against Stoke at the weekend but the problem is not expected to complicate any deal and Barry could even be fit to make his debut when West Brom face Burnley at Turf Moor on Saturday.

Ojo was with MK Dons, and he spent time training with the first-team when he was 13.

"Ojo was back in England's second tier for the first half of the following term, scoring three times in 19 appearances for Wolverhampton Wanderers, including one at Craven Cottage".

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The 20-year-old's future has been up in the air recently.

The 20-year-old, who can play anywhere across the front line, was a member of the England side that won the Under-20 World Cup this summer.

"He possesses fantastic physical talents and also carries himself with poise and class, and I know that he's going to be a great addition to our squad".

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