Former Chelsea, Liverpool and Aston Villa centre-forward Tony Hateley has died at the age of 72.
Hateley scored 211 league goals during his career and was a club-record signing for both Chelsea and Liverpool, costing the Blues £100,000 in 1966.
His son Mark was also a striker, playing 32 times for England.
Hateley started his career with Notts County before moving to Villa Park in 1963, scoring 68 times in 127 league appearances.
A Liverpool statement said:
"The thoughts of everyone at Liverpool Football Club go out to his family and friends at this sad time."
Tony Hateley's career trail
- Born Derby, 13 June 1941
- 1958-1963 Notts County
- 1963-1966 Aston Villa
- 1966-1967 Chelsea
- 1967-1968 Liverpool
- 1968-1969 Coventry City
- 1969-1970 Birmingham City
- 1970-1972 Notts County
- 1973-1974 Oldham Athletic
- 1974 Boston Minutemen
- Died Preston, 1 February 2014
After his big-money move to Chelsea from Villa, Liverpool paid £96,000 to take him to Anfield for a season and he also spent a year with both Coventry City and Birmingham City.
After two years at Notts County and a final season at Oldham Athletic, he moved to the United States before his retirement in 1974, by which time his combined transfer fees were a record in English football.
Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker
"Sorry to hear of the death of Tony Hateley.
"I played with his son, Mark for England, and met Tony. A wonderful football family. #RIP."
Son Mark, who started at his dad's old club Coventry, was prolific at Portsmouth, AC Milan, Monaco and Rangers during the 1980s and 1990s.
Grandson Tom Hateley
is also a professional footballer, currently playing in Poland, after spells at Motherwell and Tranmere Rovers.
Hateley (far right) scored more than 200 league goals in his career