Liverpool have confirmed the signing of striker Danny Ings from Burnley.
Ings, 22, will become the club's second arrival of the summer following confirmation of James Milner's arrival from Manchester City.
The England Under-21 international is out of contract at Turf Moor at the end of the month and will join the Merseyside club on 1 July, subject to a medical.
The Clarets will be due compensation for the move but neither club have made any confirmation of a fee as of publication time.
A short statement on Burnley's website said: "Burnley Football Club can confirm that Danny Ings has today agreed personal terms with Liverpool Football Club and, subject to a medical, will complete a move to Merseyside on July 1.
"Burnley Football Club have rejected an offer made by Liverpool, but will continue to have dialogue with the club in order to reach a resolution over the fee."
Ings, who struck 11 goals for Burnley in the 2014-15 season, was also chased by David Moyes's Real Sociedad, but has opted to remain in the Premier League.
The striker is currently preparing for England's Under-21s ahead of the European Championships in Czech Republic.
Due to Ings's age, Burnley are due a fee for the striker. While the clubs remain in talks over what that figure will be, a Premier League Compensation Committee will be formed to agree a suitable numbers should Liverpool and Burnley be unable to decide one themselves.
Bournemouth will also be due a payment having brought the player through their youth ranks.