Spanish side Sociedad Deportiva Huesca ahave completed a deal to sign Liverpool striker Dani Pacheco on loan until the end of the season.

Liverpool confirmed that the second division side have acquired the services of the Spanish striker as they attempt to steer clear of the relegation zone.

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Dani Pacheco in action for Liverpool in pre-season. [Reuters]

The 22-year-old has struggled to force his way into the first team plans of Brendan Rodgers but has been a regular in the Under-21 Premier League this season.

He has made one appearance in the League Cup and twice appeared in the Europa League this season, but Liverpool have once again been prepared to allow the striker to leave the club on-loan in order to gain more regular first team football.

Pacheco has previously been loaned out to Norwich and Rayo Vallecano and will be hoping that he can make an impact at Huesca who are currently struggling in the Segunda division as they sit in the relegation zone on just 23 points.

Huesca confirmed that they had sold 21-year-old forward Sergio Diaz and midfielder David Vasquez on Wednesday and it seems they are now hoping that they can reach an agreement for Pacheco before the transfer window closes.

Pacheco played 11 times for Vallecano in Spanish top flight last season and was previously a member of the Barcelona academy, though he never played a senior game for the Catalan giants.

The former Spain Under-21 international was signed by Rafa Benitez back in 2007 and has gone on to make seven Premier League appearances since graduating from the academy.

Meanwhile Rodgers has admitted that it is unlikely that Blackpool winger Tom Ince will be arriving on deadline day.

"We could still do the deal it but it looks like that one is a bit too complicated at this stage," said Rodgers, as quoted in the Independent.

"It's about affordability as well. If Tom stays at Blackpool it doesn't mean he won't join Liverpool at a later stage. Maybe in this window it might be a difficult one for us."