Liverpool’s impressive 18-year-old goalkeeper, Kamil Grabara, is set to be loaned out next season according to his agent to gain valuable experience to enhance his development.
Signed from Polish side Ruch Chorzow in January 2016, Grabara impressed last season after playing the majority of the campaign with Liverpool’s Under-23 side and the club is reportedly looking to find a club which will best suit his development needs.
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Grabara’s agent, Bartlomiej Bolek, spoke of the future of his client with ESPN and said: “Kamil is still on holiday. He will be back in England next week.”
“Then we will decide together with the club what is the best for him for next season – to stay in Liverpool, do training with the first team and play with the under-23s or go on loan.
“We need the time to figure out that, to talk with the club and to find the best way for Kamil. It’s too early for that decision right now.”
I've seen Grabara a fair few times and he's often looked very promising. Interesting to see how he develops over the coming years. #LFC
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“We are in touch with the club and I know that he is doing very well in training. Kamil knows that he cannot stop – he must keep moving forward.”
The 18-year-old is an exciting prospect for Liverpool and he regularly trains at Melwood with the first team alongside fellow prospect Kelleher and Shamal George.
The Reds seemingly have a healthy list of shot stoppers with Simon Mignolet, Loris Karius, and Danny Ward who look set to compete for the coveted number one position between the sticks for Liverpool next season.