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Report: Two More Premier League Clubs Join The Race To Sign Caoimhín Kelleher

Report: Two More Premier League Clubs Join The Race To Sign Caoimhín Kelleher
By Gary Connaughton Updated
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Caoimhín Kelleher is set to be a player in demand this summer.

Having impressed during his limited opportunities with Liverpool and Ireland over the last couple of years, the 24-year old is surely ready to take the next step in his career and establish himself as a no.1 at club level. It is expected that he will look to leave Anfield this summer, with the possibility of dislodging Alisson Becker as their first choice goalkeeper a remote one.

Jurgen Klopp will certainly be reluctant to lose a player that is widely regarded as one of the most reliable backups in the Premier League. In saying that, he has said in the past that he would be open to having that discussion should the Cork man wish to move on.

It was reported over the weekend that Brentford were eyeing a move for him this summer if they are forced to sell David Raya, although it seems they will not be the only interested party.

Two more Premier League clubs join Caoimhín Kelleher race


The Irish Independent are reporting that Spurs and Brighton are also considering a move for Caoimhín Kelleher at the end of the season.

Tottenham will be in the market for a new goalkeeper, with longtime no. 1 and club captain Hugo Lloris set to leave the club at the end of the campaign. The Irishman is thought to be on their shortlist of potential replacement.

As for Brighton, Roberto De Zerbi will be keen to bring a new keeper to the Amex. He has dropped Roberto Sanchez from the team due to his lack of ability with the ball at his feet, with 32-year old Jason Steele coming into the side. Considering this is an area in which Kelleher excels, he would be an ideal addition to their team.


All of this interest could only add to Kelleher's price this summer, with Liverpool reported to be seeking up to £20million to let him leave the club.

It will certainly be an interesting few months ahead.

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