Liverpool journalist Matt Addison has been sharing his thoughts on Reds goalkeeper Adrian and his future at the Merseyside club.
On the subject of Adrian, whose current contract runs out at the end of June but has the option for another year, and the possibility of him remaining at the club for next season, Addison had this to say on the matter.
He said: “I wouldn’t be against Adrian having another season at Liverpool, I wouldn’t imagine it’d be anything more than that, but I’m pretty sure that he’d probably be happy to stick around and get one or two games for Liverpool next season.
“I think that is one to watch out for, there’s obviously a lot more high-profile contracts for Liverpool to look at over the next few months rather than Adrian, but it wouldn’t be a massive shock, I don’t think, to see him stick around.”
Liverpool signed Adrian back in the 2019 summer transfer window from fellow Premier League side West Ham United on a free transfer.
TIF Thoughts on Matt Addison’s comments on Adrian and his future at Liverpool…
Given how the Spaniard has managed to concede 11 goals in the six appearances he’s made for the Reds across the Premier League, Champions League and Carabao Cup this season, perhaps this suggests that he is not at the required quality level to be an option for Liverpool moving forward – although seven of those came in one performance against Aston Villa.
Would you be disappointed if Liverpool kept Adrian for another season?
In our view, Liverpool should look to offload Adrian from the club during the upcoming summer transfer window and perhaps consider replacing him with a younger and more reliable goalkeeper.