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Fabrizio Romano confirms Liverpool goalkeeper Adrian will stay for 2023/24 season

Fabrizio Romano confirms Liverpool goalkeeper Adrian will stay for 2023/24 season

A deal has been struck.

As the list of players leaving Liverpool appears to grow by the day, one player will be staying put this summer.

The club confirmed that Roberto Firmino, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Naby Keita, James Milner and Arthur Melo would all leave at the end of the season, leaving Jurgen Klopp with a number of gaping holes in midfield.

Brighton midfielder Alexis Mac Allister has emerged as the Reds' priority target, after they withdrew from the race to sign Jude Bellingham.

However, before he enters the transfer market, Klopp has ensured back-up goalkeeper Adrian will remain at the club, with the Spaniard allegedly penning fresh terms to keep him at Anfield season.

Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano confirmed the news, stating that it would be "unveiled" by the club soon.

While it may not be the most glamorous piece of business fans will see this summer, it could prove crucial, with current no 2 Caoimhin Kelleher's future currently up in the air.

Kelleher to leave Liverpool?

Kelleher has been tipped to leave Liverpool this summer, with the Republic of Ireland international eager to play more regularly, claim The Athletic.

Jurgen Klopp is supposedly against selling the shot-stopper, insisting that it would take an “extraordinary” offer for Liverpool to let him leave this summer, with Kelleher under contract until June 2026.

"Honestly, I can't see Caoimhin leaving," the Reds boss told reporters this month. "It must be an extraordinary offer for me to start thinking, I have to say."

However, by tying Adrian down to a new deal, Klopp could be preparing for the eventuality that Kelleher does leave Merseyside, with Tottenham emerging as potential suitors.

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Topics: Liverpool, Transfers, Football, Premier League, Fabrizio Romano, Jurgen Klopp