As it stands, Liverpool currently have an abundance of goalkeepers on their books, but Jurgen Klopp has, according to Paul Gorst of the Echo, plans in place for a bit of a ‘keeper-cull this summer.

Firstly, Liverpool will be looking to move Loris Karius on as quickly as possible after he returned to the Reds early after his dispute with Besiktas.

Hertha Berlin and Wolves have been linked with the German, although the latter recently tied down John Ruddy to another year to be their backup to Rui Patricio.

Secondly, veteran Andy Lonergan, who was brought in last summer following an injury crisis, will be out of contract at the club and it looks like he will leave the club at the end of June, although Liverpool may offer him a short-term extension to stay at Melwood until the conclusion of the Premier League season.

Finally, Gorst reports that Caoimhin Kelleher could spend next season out on loan, with both Liverpool and the player himself keen to get him regular first-team action as he looks to continue his development.

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If Liverpool do let all three goalkeepers leave in the summer, it will be interesting to see what Klopp does regarding the third-choice goalkeeping option.

Alisson is clearly Liverpool’s number one, with Adrian backing the Brazilian up, but Liverpool would still need a third-choice stopper.

Kamil Grabara will return from his loan at Huddersfield Town and could fill in that role, as could Shamal George, who has spent time with the first-team during previous pre-seasons.