According to Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool won’t even contemplate moving Caoimhin Kelleher this summer absent a “extraordinary” deal
The Ireland international has often shown over the years that he has what it takes to thrive at Anfield despite serving as Alisson Becker’s current understudy for the Reds.
With the Brazilian such a reliable performer, he has found it difficult to get into games, and our German strategist was questioned about the prospect that Kelleher would leave L4 at the conclusion of the season as well as Adrian’s future.
Kelleher was important in our League Cup victory last season, as he not only saved a clean sheet against Chelsea in the championship game but also scored an incredible penalty in the shootout victory at Wembley over the Stamford Bridge team.
However, our No. 62 has only played three times this year, which has led to rumours that he wants to move abroad in quest of consistent first team football.
According to a report by the Irish Independent, Brighton, Brentford, and Spurs are all reportedly interested in signing the Cork-born star, who is under contract with Liverpool through the summer of 2026 and is worth £20 million. However, Klopp seems to have put these suspicions to rest, and we look forward to watching the shot stopper continue to grow at the club and perform admirably when needed.