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Mourning Moreno 'super motivated' for Liverpool move

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Alberto Moreno admits he will "mourn" his departure from Sevilla but his impending move to Liverpool has left him "super motivated".

The Spain international left-back will have a medical and discuss personal terms on Merseyside after Liverpool agreed to buy him for an initial fee of around £12 million.

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Moreno was withdrawn from the Sevilla squad beaten 2-0 by Real Madrid in Tuesday's Super Cup match in Cardiff.

The 22-year-old, born in Seville and a product of his home city club's academy, told Spanish newspaper ABC: "Liverpool are a great team and of course I'm super motivated.

"I hope things go well. I am living a strange situation because I'm leaving the club of my life.

"I was always aware of the two teams trying to agree a deal. I never got into that but Sevilla felt that Liverpool's offer was good and I am going.

"I have many feelings together. What happened on the pitch, with the fans, will remain with me forever and I could not help but mourn [my departure] because I did not expect it.

"First came the parting with colleagues, then with the fans ... All very complicated."

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