Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet will reportedly stay at the club for the remainder of this season.
This is as a result of the publication from the stables of popular media outlet ESPN.
It was revealed that the Belgian international shot stopper won’t be granted his desire to leave the club during the ongoing January transfer window.
The former Sunderland star wanted to leave the club last summer but the move was blocked by the club.
French Ligue 1 side Nice are long-term admirers of the Belgian shot stopper and could make a move for him if he’s available for a transfer.
Simon Mignolet has fallen out of favour at Liverpool following the arrival of Brazilian national team star Alisson Becker from Italian Serie A giants AS Roma.
Alisson joined the Reds in a then world record fee for a goalkeeper.
Liverpool paid £67m for his transfer only for Spanish goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga to break that record days later with his £71m transfer to Chelsea from La Liga club Athletic Bilbao.
Mignolet played second fiddle to the Reds’ first choice goalkeeper Loris Karius last season and he has retained the same position in the present campaign despite the loan exit of Karius to Turkish giants Besiktas.
Alisson is the undisputed first choice goalkeeper at Liverpool this season.