Liverpool have lacked a top quality and consistent goalkeeper since the departure of Pepe Reina from Anfield.
Simon Mignolet has been inconsistent since joining the Reds under the management of Brendan Rodgers. On the other hand, summer signing Loris Karius has been terrible since moving to Anfield.
Klopp opted to utilize Karius as his first choice goalie this season but after more than a few howlers by the former Mainz goalie, the German manager brought Mignolet back into his starting XI.
The Merseysiders still need a new goal keeper and are interested in signing Leicester City star Kasper Schmeichel (via Football Whispers).
Moreover, once again, England international Joe Hart is in the limelight as well.
According to Mirror, Liverpool are eyeing the signing of the Manchester City star next summer.
The 29-year-old goalie is currently playing on loan with Italian side Torino and has been in decent form.
As per the provided Mirror link, the Reds are closely monitoring the situation and Hart could be interested in sealing Liverpool move next summer.
Joe has proved to be inconsistent for Man City over the years but, in my opinion, he is still better than the likes of Mignolet and Karius when it comes to decision making. However, his high salary (Telegraph) of £140,000-a-week ($172,000-a-week) could be a concern for Liverpool.