£60,000-a-week star could secure Liverpool move and play vs Everton – Report

With Alisson out injured, Adrian was given the nod to start vs Aston Villa in the last Premier League fixture and he initiated Liverpool’s collapse at Villa Park.

The Spanish goal keeper set up the opening goal of the game for the home side, an absolute shocker from which the Reds could not recover.

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Yes, the former West Ham shot stopper was a bit un lucky to concede 3 deflected goals but Villa missed several clear opportunities as well, so, Adrian really deserved to concede 7 goals.

Next up, we play Everton, who are in top form under the management of Carlo Ancelotti, sit at the top of the table and have won 7 out of 7 fixtures this term.

We know that Alisson is not back and the team needs to get their confidence back but can that happen with Adrian in goa? May be not. That is why reports suggest that Liverpool are looking to sign a new goalie.

According to The Sunday People, Jack Butland, who was valued at around £30million when Stoke City got relegated, could end up securing a move to Anfield before the deadline on October 16.

Not only that, the well-known British source have mentioned that the 9-capped international could be involved in the Merseyside derby away from home next weekend.

The £60,000-a-week star (The Mail) will be out of contract next year and has not played a single game for the Potters this season, so, he could be lured for cheap.

In your view, should Liverpool secure the signing of Butland who has ample Premier League experience under his belt?

One thought on “£60,000-a-week star could secure Liverpool move and play vs Everton – Report

  • October 12, 2020 at 10:15 am

    I think this hysteria over Adrian is ridiculous. Yes, he made a bad error for the first goal, but he went on to make some very good ones. In reality, the whole defence was crap and leaderless, while the attack, with the exeption of Salah was ineffective and poorly supplied by the midfield.
    We saw the falling off as soon as we won the league last season and other clubs have worked out how to attack our defence which has looked increasingly shaky. The Leeds match showed that Alisson let in 3 goals – unheard of last season – that illustrated the frailty of our defence and loss of form of VVD. Add to that that we are not pressing like we used to and we have a centre forward who can’t score goals shoes we are going downhill.

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