Simon Mignolet is remaining coy about his Liverpool future, but he does admit a lack of playing time is problematic.

The Belgian has found himself on the substitutes’ bench at Anfield this season, following the arrival of Alisson from Roma.

Mignolet has managed a total of just two appearances in all competitions, with none coming in the Premier League.

Speaking to TV Limburg, via Sport Witness, the 31-year-old admits he will have a decision to make this summer:

This season, it was something quite easy to accept, but, obviously, I’d like to play. That’s why I keep working every day and try to keep on going on this path.

I don’t know if an exit is possible this summer, I still have two years left on my contract. For now, I’m focused on Liverpool and Belgium games. We’ll see later.

Mignolet has been a divisive figure at Liverpool since joining in the summer of 2013.

A good goalkeeper on his day, the Belgium international has never come close to reaching the level Alisson has in his first season on Merseyside.

Mignolet is good enough to be first-choice for another top flight club, but opportunities will not be coming his way under Jurgen Klopp any time soon.

Should he stay, however, he will continue to be a more than able deputy.


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