Three options for Liverpool to consider should Caoimhin Kelleher depart this summer

  • Recent comments from Caoimhin Kelleher suggest he could be open to a move away
  • Any transfer of Kelleher will mean Liverpool will need a new backup behind Alisson
  • What are the options on the table for Liverpool in this scenario?
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3. Sign a new keeper with a transfer fee

Should Kelleher depart to become a starter elsewhere this summer, those funds can be reinvested into a new no. 2 behind Alisson. Should this scenario present itself, a big question will be whether Liverpool is looking to sign a long-term successor to Alisson or if they are looking for an experienced backup that can be called upon when needed next season?

Links have been understandably dry around keepers for Liverpool, given that it is not exactly a position they're looking to add in unless Kelleher moves on. However, there have been very loose links to Feyenoord's Justin Bijlow, with reports suggesting that the Reds' interest predates their interest in and eventual appointment of Slot as head coach.

What should the Reds do if Caoimhin Kelleher says goodbye this summer?