I want him to play elsewhere…The former Australian goalkeeper has a theory about Caoimhín Kelleher’s future

I want him to play elsewhere...The former Australian goalkeeper has a theory about Caoimhín Kelleher's future Transfers

Like the Carabao Cup two years ago, Irish goalkeeper Caoimhín Kelleher made a series of good saves on the final stage this year and hoisted his first title of the season after extra time. With Alison Becker out injured, he has been getting his turn in the Premier League recently.

The 25-year-old Cork goalkeeper is good enough to start in England’s top flight, but he is not as good as the 31-year-old world-class goalkeeper, who played only four games last season due to the team’s poor form.

One person who is not too happy about his current situation, which is affected by injuries to regular goalkeepers and team performances, is former Australian goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer, who played for Middlesbrough and Fulham during his playing days.

While he revealed that he is a big fan of the team, he said that he should move to another team.

“Kelleher was absolutely outstanding, and I’m a big fan of his and he needs to go and play somewhere regularly if he’s not going to play at Liverpool and he’s not is he? I want to see him play elsewhere because he’s that good,”

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Last summer, rumors circulated that Premier League clubs such as Brighton and Brentford were interested in acquiring him, and now it is reported that Scottish club Celtic is eyeing the Irish goalkeeper as a replacement for former England goalkeeper Joe Hart.

On the other hand, it is said that the transfer fee Liverpool is demanding exceeds their budget, and it is not known if they will actually make a move for him. The Reds also have no intention of letting go of their stable and reliable goalkeeper on the cheap, and have set the price at more than 20 million pounds.

They may also be willing to raise the transfer fee based on his recent successes, which may keep him from leaving Anfield, but who knows…!