Bayern agree Reina fee with Pool
Pepe Reina is set to end his nine-year association with Liverpool after agreeing a move to German champions Bayern Munich.
The Bavarian giants have announced that their successful bid for the Spanish goalkeeper, who will head to Germany for a medical before finalising the deal.
The Mail Online have reported that the deal will cost the Bundesliga side £2.5 million ($5.3m).
Speaking to the club's official website, Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said: "Pepe Reina really wanted to join Bayern Munich.
"He was prepared to undertake this adventure, although he knows he has Manuel Neuer ahead of him, a first-choice keeper who will, provided nothing untoward happens, remain No. 1."
Reina was signed from Villarreal by former Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez in 2005 for £6m.
After holding the No. 1 spot at Anfield for eight seasons, the Spaniard fell out of favour with Brendan Rodgers following the arrival of Simon Mignolet and spent the last season on loan with Benitez's Napoli in Italy.
While Benitez was keen to make the deal permanent, Napoli were reluctant to meet Liverpool's £3.95m release clause, paving the way for Reina to Bayern, who are coached by his former Barcelona teammate Pep Guardiola.
Sources: Bayern Munich official website, BBC, Mail Online, Daily Telegraph