Liverpool Football Club have confirmed that promising goalkeeper Kamil Grabara has put pen to paper on a new contract and joined Huddersfield Town on loan.
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The shot-stopper will spend the duration of next season on loan at the Championship club having committed his long-term future at Anfield.
Liverpool are stocked with goalkeeping options heading into the upcoming campaign, with Alisson set to be the first choice once again, and Simon Mignolet poised for a backup role.
Grabara arrives at Huddersfield as the likely replacement for Jonas Lossl, who departed the club on a free transfer this summer, joining the Reds’ Merseyside rivals Everton.
The 20-year-old will hope to gain valuable first-team experience with the Terriers having spent the second half of last season on loan at Danish club AGF Aarhus.
Prior to the move, the Poland Under-21 international made six Premier League 2 appearances for Liverpool.
Other players who could leave Liverpool this summer
Clyne could leave Liverpool this summer. He appears to be surplus to Jurgen Klopp’s requirements.
Wilson has featured in pre-season, but his future remains uncertain. If Liverpool receive a lucrative offer, they could be tempted into a sale.
Johnston is a talented young player. A loan move – perhaps to the Championship – could be a smart bit of business.
Jones is tipped for big things. He was good in last year’s pre-season and has looked sharp this time around, but first-team football elsewhere on a loan deal could be a wise move from the Reds.