With interest coming from League One side Ipswich Town, it was suggested the Reds were willing the 22-year-old Irishman to continue his development away from Anfield.
Despite the benefits, with uncertainty surrounding Adrian’s future at the club, Kelleher’s departure would’ve left Jurgen Klopp in need of a senior signing to provide support to Alisson Becker.
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It has been an eventful week for the Irish stopper after the starlet made a debut for the Republic of Ireland – playing 45 minutes and keeping a clean sheet against Hungary.
Kelleher enjoyed a breakthrough season for the Reds in 2020/21, deputising superbly on occasion whilst picking up first starts in both the Premier League and UEFA Champions League.
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Allowing Kelleher to leave the club would be a huge gamble this summer.
Having usurped Adrian in the pecking order, Klopp will surely look to call upon the Irish youngster if required and in domestic cup competition – thus aiding his development.