Belgium international goalie Simon Mignolet is fed up of being on the Reds substitute bench and he is reportedly set to put an end to his Anfield’s career this summer.
According to The Sun, the 30-year-old netminder is uncomfortable with his benching role after losing his place in Jurgen Klopp’s starting lineup to Karius who has been awesome for the Reds so far this season.
The British publication also suggests that he could be heading to the Wesftaladion stadium as he is being tracked by Borussia Dortmund.
Though Dortmund’s goalie Roman Burki still remains with the Bundesliga side beyond this summer, they are considering making a £10m move for Mignolet so as to compete with Burki for a place in the team’s first-eleven when the 2018-19 season begins.
The shot-stopper has featured in 22 matches for the Reds, keeping seven clean sheets in the process. He has also been able to prevent opponents from scoring in 66 matches out of 200 matches he’s played for the Reds since his £9m switch to Anfield stadium from Sunderland in 2013.
He would be hoping to make Belgium’s World Cup squad but playing at the Mundial could be a huge task for the 30-year-old goalkeeper, considering Thibaut Courtois form during Chelsea’s victory over Liverpool on Sunday.