Liverpool goalkeeper to be out for a month after injury on his calf
Liverpool goalkeeper to be out for a month after injuring his calf
New report coming from Anfield have made it known that the Reds 19-year-old goalkeeper, Caoimhin Kelleher will be missing out of action for four weeks.
This comes after the youngster had a collision with Liverpool player Divock Origi during training which saw him sustaining an injury on his calf.
With this latest development, Caoimhin Kelleher will be missing in action for Liverpool under 23 football squad as Kamil Grabara will take over from him pending his return to the club.
In another news, it was made known that the Reds have upgraded Kelleher as the third choice goalkeeper after Loris Karius left Anfield on loan to Turkish club, Beskitas.
At the moment, Liverpool second choice goalkeeper, Simon Mignolet is not 100 percent fit for the Reds after he suffered a finger injury.
It is believed that Liverpool young goalkeeper, Kelleher will be on the bench in the match against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday if Mignolet refuses to show any sign of improvement.
Liverpool under coach Jurgen Klopp are currently seated at the top of the English Premier League.
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