According to reports, Liverpool will step up their attempt to sign a new safe hand this summer transfer window after Loris Karius’ nightmare in the UEFA Champions League final.
Liverpool looking to replace goalkeeper this summer
The Daily Mirror is claiming that Liverpool will look to sign a new goalkeeper this summer window after both first team goalie Karius and Mignolet failed to convince this tear.
Karius was majorly at fault for two of the goals conceded against Real Madrid as the Reds slumped to a disappointing 3-1 defeat to the La Liga giants in the Champions League final on Saturday in Kiev.
The same article now says that AS Roma shot-stopper Alisson and Jan Oblak of la Liga side Atletico Madrid are the two top transfer targets on Liverpool’s wish-list as they look to reinforce their options in goal ahead of next campaign.
The report says that Jurgen Klopp was set to give first choice goalkeeper Karius a shot at keeping the number one place at Anfield Stadium, but Saturday’s performance has changed his mind.
Roma and Atletico Madrid safe hands heavily linked
The same report states that both Alisson and Jan Oblak will be hard to sign this summer window as they might both command high transfer fees.
They ended up in fourth position in the English Premier League log trophyless.