Caoimhín Kelleher wants to leave Liverpool, but struggles to find a new club

Caoimhín Kelleher wants to leave Liverpool, but struggles to find a new club Transfers

Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson Becker reigns as Liverpool’s goal mouth, and 24-year-old goalkeeper Caoimhín Kelleher has been sitting on the bench as the second choice, and although he can start in cup matches, he is struggling to find playing time.

The Irish goalkeeper, who is valued at £20m, would like to move to the club in order to play regularly, but the search for a new club is not going well, and it is looking increasingly likely that he will remain at Anfield next season, according to the Atheltic.

Initially, Brentford, Tottenham, and Brighton were rumored to be interested in the 24-year-old goalkeeper, who has been second in line, but the situation is changing daily.

Brentford secured 30-year-old goalkeeper Mark Flekken from Freiburg, while Tottenham also signed Italian goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario from Empoli. Brighton also signed Bart Verbruggen, and all teams have goalkeepers in their ranks.

Interest in Kelleher has subsided as we have not seen any transfer reports recently. It is only natural that the player would look to leave in order to grab a regular spot in the Irish national team and, above all, to have the pleasure of playing as a mid-20s player.

Liverpool signed a new contract with their third goalkeeper, Adrian, but the Irish goalkeeper’s aloofness in the face of the opposing press is a valuable asset, and his consistent goal-saving ability will be hard to discard if the team is to win the Cup.

Will the goalkeeper from Cork stay at Anfield next season, or will he move to a new club, including overseas?