Five goalkeepers, Liverpool, could now sign to stand up for Alisson

Five goalkeepers, Liverpool, could now sign to stand up for Alisson
Five goalkeepers, Liverpool, could now sign to stand up for Alisson
Given Adrian’s struggle to prove himself to be trustworthy support for Alisson, reports suggest Liverpool could look for more cover while the number 1 is out. Apparently there is There are no talks about Stokes Jack ButlandSo here are five other goalkeepers you might consider …

Daniel Subasic

The 35 year old is a free agent after leaving Monaco in June. After eight and a half years of service, he left the club on good terms. During that time, he helped them take the Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 titles while holding his goal during the 2016/17 run to the Champions League final.

Subasic’s last of 44 international matches in Croatia took place in the World Cup final – strangely enough, the last four goalkeepers lost in the final were Monaco stops – so Klopp is unlikely to find a short-term solution with more experience.

Subasic has been linked to Nottingham Forest, Olympicos and Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia, but so far no club has turned him off the sofa.

Michel Vorm

The former Dutch goalkeeper would bring a lot of experience to the Premier League after making 102 top-division appearances for Swansea and Spurs. At his two previous clubs, Vorm should be comfortable with the ball at his feet, although his hands were more of a problem at Spurs.

Vorm, who will be 37 years old next week and have been capped 15 times by Holland, says that watching Spurs a lot from the stands over the last few years has done him no harm: “I caught Harry Kane and Son’s balls Heung-min every day for the past couple of seasons. It doesn’t make you worse. ”

The free agent has suggested that a return after nine years in English football might suit him: “A club in the Netherlands or Belgium seems like something to me,” he said. Though he would certainly be tempted to round off a decade in the Premier League with a brief stint at Anfield.


Liverpool said he should replace Adrian to address the goalkeeper’s concerns


Orjan Nyland

The Norwegian made 36 appearances for Aston Villa between joining from Ingolstadt two years ago and last week when his contract was terminated amicably, so he was able to find a new club despite having a year left at Villa Park.

The 30-year-old was Villa’s starting stopper for the first half of his promotion season from the 2018/19 championship, but a ruptured Achilles tendon kept him on the sidelines for the rest of the season. When Nyland was fit again, Villa had signed Tom Heaton. The Villans then brought in Pepe Reina for the run-in when Heaton was excluded for the season because of his own knee injury.

Even so, Nyland made seven Premier League appearances last season, though the arrival of another goalkeeper, Emiliano Martinez, spelled curtains for the Norwegian. Carrying the ball over the goal line against Sheffield United didn’t help his cause, even if VAR missed the error. Villa fans fondly remember Nyland for his heroics in the Carabao Cup semi-finals. Though, while Klopp ponders his case, he might be concerned about the goalkeeper’s inconsistency.

Rob Elliot

The former Republic of Ireland goalkeeper is available after leaving Newcastle after his contract expired this summer. Elliot spent nine years on Tyneside, although he admits he was “naive” to stay beyond 2018 when he was directed by Rafa Benitez to take on a new challenge elsewhere.

Until then, Martin Dubravka was number 1, but before that, Elliot and Karl Darlow bumped each other in the battle for gloves. That was up to an injury and Elliot hasn’t been able to find a way back into the squad since 2017.

Blackburn and Middlesborough have been credited with showing interest in giving Elliot a game but a bout of appendicitis last month hampered his search for a new club.

Asmir Begovic

The Bosnian finally gets a game for Bournemouth with Eddie Howe who is no longer in charge and Aaron Ramsdale had stayed in the Premier League with Sheffield United while the cherries fell into the championship. But the South Coast club could be tempted by an offer if Liverpool calls this week.

Begovic is out of contract at the end of the season so they are running out of time to make money with the goalkeeper they signed to Chelsea for around £ 10m in 2017. old was loaned first to Qarabag and then to AC Milan, but Jason Tindall appears to have given Begovic the nod during that tenure.

That doesn’t mean Bournemouth has no options. Your alternative is Republic of Ireland # 2 Mark Travers, who started the season when Begovic took a blow. With a pre-made replacement and the chance to make a few pounds, Bournemouth would surely be ready to listen to Liverpool. For their part, the Reds would get a goalkeeper who, not so long ago, was considered world-class with a wealth of international and European experience.

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