Liverpool have agreed a deal to secure Simon Mignolet’s move away from Anfield (LFC).
The Belgian international has left the Reds to move to Club Brugge and reports suggest (Sky Sports) that the fee is of around £6m and £8m plus bonuses.
Simon Mignolet joined the Merseysiders back in 2013 when Brendan Rodgers was in charge of the club. In his first season at Anfield, the former Sunderland man nearly won the title.
However, over the years, his performance remained inconsistent. Two years back, Klopp opted to sign Loris Karius to replace Mignolet but the German international turned out to be a massive flop.
Therefore, last year, Liverpool signed a world class goalie in the form of Alisson, who helped us win the Champions League.
The Brazilian international has won no fewer than three Golden Glove awards this year.
Mignolet mostly warmed the bench last season. He only made two appearances in all competitions (one in the league cup and one in the FA Cup). Liverpool conceded four goals and lost both the games.
However, the 31-year-old remained professional last term and now the European Champions have fulfilled his wish to leave and are satisfied with the fee as well (Sky Sports).