Cho Hyo-jong Gida = Liverpool goalkeeper Quibin Kellerher is reported to be able to leave the team this summer. Tottenham Hotspur and Brentford are mentioned as the next destinations.
The Athletic, a global sports media outlet, reported on the 23rd (Korea Standard Time) that “Kellerhur can leave in search of an opportunity to become the main goalkeeper.”안전놀이터
Irish goalkeeper Kellacher joined Liverpool’s youth team in the adult stage. Liverpool is a promising resource, but Alisson Becker, one of the league’s leading goalkeepers, is holding out as the main player, so he is rarely able to play. Until this year, when he turned 25, he has played only four games in the English Premier League (EPL). This season, he only played in three cup matches on the first team stage.
Liverpool, who think it is not easy to find a backup goalkeeper with the same skills as Kellacher, wants to continue with Kellacher. Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp recently said he would have to make a special offer to take Keller.
Hugo Lloris (Tottenham Hotspur). Getty Images Korea
However, some predict that Liverpool will not stop the transfer if a player in the middle of the game wants a new challenge. Some observers say that Liverpool, which is unlikely to play in the UEFA Champions League next season, will send Keller, not its main resource, and earn profits from the transfer fee.
“The Athletic” explained the recent situation, saying, “There has not been an official proposal yet, but we are showing interest in Keller throughout Europe, including Tottenham, Brentford.”
Tottenham and Brentford are expected to leave the main goalkeeper in the transfer market this summer. It is expected that Hugo Lloris, who has played for 11 seasons, will leave the team after this season. Looking at several goalkeepers, Kellacher, who looks young and relatively inexpensive, can be chosen as Lloris’ successor. Brentford have a year left on the contract of key goalkeeper David Raya. Raya is also connected to Tottenham, which could lead to a series of teams being moved by Raya and Kellacher.
Keller has a weakness that he has never played as a main player, but he has shown impressive performance when he plays. In particular, his ability to defend penalty kicks is excellent. He faced 28 penalty kicks, including a penalty shoot-out, on the first team stage, and recorded seven good saves. The defense rate is above the average of 16 percent. In addition, he is alternately defending the goal with Gavin Bajunu of Southampton in the Irish national team.