Dani Pacheco has left Liverpool after four years at the club, signing a permanent deal with Spanish side AD Alcorcon.
Pacheco revealed the news himself at around 4pm on transfer deadline day via his own Twitter feed:
I'm proud to announce that I'm joining @AD_Alcorcon permanent. I wanna say massive thanks to LFC for all they gave me in 6 years. (1)
— Daniel Pacheco (@dani37pacheco) September 2, 2013
The 22-year-old attacker tweeted on his departure, “I will always be a red. It’s been my house and I will never forget it. Thanks to all you fans for the support and hope we celebrate the premier league this season. YNWA. THANKS FOR ALL.”
Pacheco signed with much promise in 2009 having shone for the Spanish U19 side. He later went on to win the Golden Boot at the 2010 European Under-19 Championship.
However at Liverpool, he never managed to get a foot in the first team as manager after manager overlooked him and kept him in the reserves.
Pacheco was also loaned out four times during his time at Anfield, to Norwich City, Atletico Madrid, Rayo Vallecano, and last season, Huesca.
Pacheco’s departure is the fifth piece of news for Liverpool on today’s transfer deadline day – after the arrivals of Tiago Ilori, Mamadou Sakho and Victor Moses (loan) and exit of Fabio Borini to Sunderland on loan.
Good luck, Dani. YNWA.