Last Sport News Liverpool could sign free agent Subasic to solve keeper issues Breaking sport news
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Liverpool have been told to sign current Croatia number one Daniel Subasic to solve their keeper issues. First choice keeper Alisson is out until November after suffering a shoulder injury in training, leaving Adrian to take his place. However, the Spaniard was heavily criticised after they lost 7-2 to Aston Villa before the international break. FEATURE: Big Midweek: England v Denmark, McTominay, Wales, Rep of Ireland That’s led to speculation that Liverpool could sign a new keeper before the domestic transfer window shuts on 16th October. And now, former England number one Paul Robinson has said that they should look at signing Subasic on a free transfer. He told Football Insider: “Subasic is an outstanding goalkeeper. A top goalkeeper that did brilliantly for Croatia in the World Cup. I am very surprised that he is still a free agent. I thought somebody would have snapped him up by now. “Adrian is out of form and his confidence looks shot to pieces.
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Subasic is a free agent after he left Monaco at the end of the season when his contract expired. He spent over eight years in France and helped the team to win the Ligue 1 title in 2016/17.
That same season he was named as the league’s best goalkeeper after he kept an impressive 17 clean sheets from 36 games.
Subasic is now aged 35, meaning he is by no means a long term solution for Reds manager Jurgen Klopp. However, he could fill in for Alisson this season and provide the Brazilian with backup next season too.
An alternative to Subasic is current Stoke City keeper Jack Butland. The Englishman looks set to leave the club and has been linked with a move to Anfield recently.
A deal for either keeper could spell the end for Adrian at Liverpool. The player was at fault for one of Ollie Watkins’ goals in the brutal defeat and has looked unconvincing since filling in for his counterpart.
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