As the Liverpool goalkeepers continue to struggle, the Reds have started lining up players to start pursuing in the transfer window. Based on recent reports, Ruch Chorzow goalkeeper Kamil Grabara appears to be the first one to join his ranks.
According to the Metro, Grabara has agreed to a deal with Liverpool and will undergo a medical this week. The Metro noted that Grabara has earned the moniker the “new Jerzy Dudek” – an homage to the famous Polish stopper who played a large portion of his career with Liverpool and won five trophies with the club.
Per the source, Manchester United and Man City were also in the mix to seal Grabara’s signature.
The 16-year-old Grabara turns 17 later this week and has already been capped seven times for the Poland Under-17 team.
The transfer fee has not been made public, but the Metro noted that it will likely break the club record for teh Ekstraklasa giants.
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