The Daily Record suggests that Steven Gerrard ‘could be tempted’ to raid Liverpool for a goalkeeper this summer.
The player in question is 20-year-old Kamil Grabara.
Last month, a report claimed that both Wes Foderingham and Jak Alnwick will leave the club during the upcoming window [The Scottish Sun].
Foderingham has been starved of playing time since the return of Allan McGregor, while Alnwick appears to be surplus to requirements after a season-long loan at Scunthorpe.
We had suggested that those departures could pave the way for
However, the Record is suggesting that Gerrard could instead pluck for Grabara to beef up resources.
Another Liverpool raid?
The 6ft 5″ Polish youth international moved to Anfield in 2015 from Ruch Chorzow. Therefore, it’s stated he’s ‘well known to Gerrard.’
He was named as a substitute for the Carabao Cup third round tie against Chelsea back in September. However, he’s yet to make his first-team debut under Klopp’s regime.
Since June, he’s been on loan at Aarhus in the Danish Superliga. He’s turned out 16 times there, with his deal set to expire at the end of June [Transfermarkt].
With the likes of Nicky Hogarth and Aidan McAdams also on the books, it would send a poor message to homegrown players if Gerrard looks elsewhere for yet another stopper. That’s after Andy Firth, a former Liverpool Academy prospect was brought to Ibrox in January.