Liverpool have confirmed the sale of Ragnar Klavan to Serie A side Cagliari on a two-year contract.
The Estonia international completed the move to the Isolani on deadline day for Serie A clubs for a fee of around two million Pounds.
He leaves the Reds after a two-year spell, in which he played 53 games and scored twice. Klavan joined the Merseyside club from FC Augsburg in 2016.
Liverpool confirmed the move in a statement, hailing Klavan for his stoppage time winner against Burnley on New Year’s Day this year.
“As long as I’m performing every time I step onto the field and making it as difficult as possible for the manager to leave me out of the side, I can’t do any more than that." 💯https://t.co/ceC5YRvodI
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) 18 August 2018
“The centre-back featured in 28 games last term, including eight Champions League appearances as Liverpool reached the final, and claimed a memorable winning goal in stoppage-time against Burnley,” the statement said.
“Klavan sealed the formalities of his switch to Cagliari on Friday ahead of their first game of the Serie A season, at Empoli on Sunday.
“Everybody at LFC wishes Ragnar the best of luck for the future.”