Young striker heads to Segunda Liga side Huesca.
Liverpool have sent young striker Dani Pacheco out on loan for the rest of the season to Spanish second division side Huesca, Sky Sports report.
The 22-year-old Pacheco, who has had previous loan spells at Norwich City and Rayo Vallecano, has not featured in a Premier League game for Liverpool this season with his only three appearances for the first-team coming in cup competitions.
The highly-regarded forward will now leave Anfield and head back to Spain in a bid to play more first-team football at Huesca, who are embroiled in a battle to preserve their status in the Segunda Liga.
Pacheco is the second departure of the day at Liverpool, who have allowed 33-year-old goalkeeper Alexander Doni to leave on a free transfer to join Botafogo five months before his contract was due to expire, according to Sportinglife.
The Brazilian stopper, who Liverpool paid £1.3million for when signing him from Roma in July 2011, has not featured in a single game since Brendan Rodgers took over as manager of the club with Brad Jones preferred as understudy to Pepe Reina. In total, Doni appeared just four times in a Liverpool shirt.
Botafogo club president Gustavo Assed told Globo Esporte: “We made an offer for him, as the player himself asked. We understand Liverpool have accepted the offer, so we are planning to officially unveil him this Friday.
“Doni wants to finish his career at Botafogo, he is a top quality national team level goalkeeper. Most importantly, he is a Botafogo fan and we wanted him.”