Liverpool goalkeeper Kamil Grabara has insinuated that his club wasted some resources to have paid heavily for Alisson Becker despite having him at the club.
The Reds had a big money buy in the summer by recruiting Roma goalkeeper Alisson Becker with a fee of £67 million to be able to solve the goalkeeping problems being encountered last season.
However, all of the money would not have been spent with Kamil Grabara who joined the club from Ruch Chorzow for a fee of about £250, 000 in 2016 and having featured a promotion from the team’s U18 to U23 due to his performance.
Kamil Grabara said he does not see any major difference between himself and the former Roma shot-stopper, advocating for the fact that he can be Liverpool’s first choice and still deliver same performance for the team.
He noted that he is also a detailed goalkeeper who is gaining his experience as well which is the most important for a good keeper.
U23 goalkeeper trainer had also praised Kamil Grabara, rating him as a very good gaol stopper who has got the ability to become one of the best in coming years.
According to him, Kamil Grabara is a confident young goalkeeper who has big presence and deals well with crosses which makes him better than most goalkeepers.