Ireland goalkeeper Caoimhín Kelleher is a reserve for Brazilian goalkeeper Allison Becker at Anfield, but plays mainly in cup competitions. Even though he does not usually play in games, when he is given the goalmouth duties, he brings stability to the final line with his calm keeping and skill with his feet.
At the age of 24, the second goalkeeper is hoping to find a club where he can play regularly, and while rumors of his departure from Liverpool this summer have been rife, the £20 million asking price may have played a role, but at this point in time it has not materialized.
However, rumors of a transfer are still simmering. According to the Daily Mail, Wolverhampton Wanderers, who have been linked with a move to Nottingham Forest for José Sa, is interested in the 24-year-old goalkeeper, who is struggling to make an impact at Liverpool.
Various clubs such as Tottenham, Brighton, and Burnley have been said to be considering acquiring him, but with each club securing new goalkeepers one after the other, it is highly unlikely that they will make any further moves to reinforce the goalkeeper, and it is believed that they have withdrawn from the race.
Which club will the Irish national team goalkeeper be with in the new season?