Simon Mignolet has been with us since 2013 and ever since his penalty save on debut against Stoke, has been losing the supporters’ trust.
Yes, he has good games, like his wonderful performance against the same side at the Britannia last term, but top goalkeepers are consistent and he is not.
His understudy Loris Karius, in our opinion, looks a poor goalkeeper. We’re willing to give him a run in the side, but he doesn’t make saves 80% of Premier League stoppers would.
Ideally, Danny Ward would get a run for us – but that looks unlikely right now.
Another option, which is very, very unlikely to happen, is for Jurgen Klopp to trust Polish 19-year-old Kamil Grabara.
We’ve had him since he was 16-years-old and he currently starts for Liverpool U23s.
Below is a video of his recent performance against Manchester United in our 3-1 victory.
What a prospect!
Highlights package of our "Big Pole in Goal" for the U23s, Kamil Grabara vs Man Utd. Quick glimpse as to why he's so highly rated. pic.twitter.com/AP7DW2uhCz
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