English Premier League outfit Liverpool have confirmed the departure of their academy goalkeeper Kamil Grabara on a loan deal to Danish outfit AGF Aarhus until the end of the season.
This was confirmed on the official twitter handle of the Merseyside club with the club wishing him the best at the Danish side.
The Reds had made the decision to let Kamil Grabara leave on a loan deal having observed his level of progress and improvement. There is therefore a need for him to gain a level of exposure and experience.
Kamil Grabara only joined Liverpool in 2016 and has improved a lot but he is yet to be considered for first team football owing to the quality in the manager Jurgen Klopp’s team at the moment.
The 19-year-old has been a regular with Neil Critchley’s U23 team where he has been impressive and showing big prospect and quality.
Insinuations are that the Reds are blessed with goalkeepers at the moment with Brazilian international stopper Alisson Becker also mounting the middle of the sticks for the first team.
Pundits have opined that the former Italian Serie A outfit AS Roma goalkeeper is a major force and reason why Liverpool have conceded less goals.