Liverpool have secured the signature of Polish goalkeeper Kamil Grabara, according to Andy Hunter of the Guardian.

The 17-year-old, who joins from Ruch Chorzow for an initial fee of £250,000, has secured a move to Anfield having previously had trials with Manchester United and Manchester City.

Hunter reports that the Poland Under-17 international had a medical and completed his transfer on Wednesday at Melwood.

Unlike the Reds’ other recent signing Marko Grujic, who has returned to Red Star Belgrade on loan for the rest of the season, Grabara is set to join Neil Critchley’s Under-18s side straight away.

Liverpool have been linked by Kralspor with Fernando Muslera, but Jurgen Klopp insisted in a news conference on Monday, per the Mirror, that he is happy with the goalkeeping situation at Anfield.

Simon Mignolet has regained his starting berth after a minor injury setback, while Adam Bogdan remains the Reds’ second choice.

Danny Ward and Lawrence Vigouroux, both aged 22, are out on loan at Aberdeen and Swindon Town respectively.

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