Dominic Solanke is set to join Liverpool from Chelsea after his contract expired with the Premier League champions.
But, because Solanke is a developmental player he will not be allowed to make the move for free and a tribunal is likely to put the price on the move around £3 million.
This will be added to the 200 million Roman is giving Conte to spend in the transfer window this summer.
Solanke was also linked with Bundesliga runners-up RB Leipzig and Scottish Premiership winners Celtic, however, he instead chose to sign for the Reds.
The forward will be Liverpool’s first signing of the transfer window,
Dominic Solanke spent the last 13 years at Chelsea, working his way up through the youth ranks.
Back in February, Blues manager Antonio Conte had confirmed that Solanke was more than likely to leave the club amid rumours that Liverpool were interested.
“For now he is at Chelsea, I don’t know about his future,” Conte told reporters.
“Is he leaving? I don’t know, I think this is his will. I have spoken with him to try to understand his will. It is normal. We must have a great respect for every decision. His contract expires in June and he has the full will to stay in Chelsea or to go away.”
Reports say Solanke is will earn around £20,000 a week at Anfield, and will most likely feature in Liverpool’s Under-23 side before the seniors.