Frankly, we’re bored of debating Liverpool’s goalkeeper situation, and for the time being, simply want to give Simon Mignolet a chance – considering he’s only let in one goal in three games since his recall.
But the links to potential replacements are as frequent as ever.
Joe Hart is regularly touted, although we can’t see it happening – and Leicester City’s Kasper Schmeichel has also been linked on more than one occasion.
The 30-year-old’s manager at Leicester City, Claudio Ranieri, has categorically ruled that one out, however…
“Kasper has a signature on the contract. We won’t sell Kasper under any circumstances. We don’t need money. No chance,” he told the Daily Mail.
“I’m sorry for Liverpool, they can win the title without Kasper.”
Last season when the Foxes won the title, the Danish stopper was brilliant – and deserves to be up there with David De Gea, Thibaut Courtois and Hugo Lloris when pundits are discussing the Premier League’s best.
He’s just entering his goalkeeping prime, too, but having just signed a lengthy contract – would be very, very expensive.
He’d certainly be impossible to sign in January anyway. What’s more, he doesn’t posses the footballing ability Jurgen Klopp desires, so we can’t imagine investing in Schmeichel anyway – although we’d definitely take him if he were available.