The three goalkeepers Liverpool could still sign following Alisson injury blow

LIVERPOOL will be looking to add another goalkeeper to their ranks following an injury to Alisson in the Premier League opener with Norwich.

The Brazilian injured his calf when taking a goal kick in the first half of the 4-1 triumph.

Luckily for Liverpool, they had a goalkeeper with plenty of Premier League experience in Adrian, raring to go.

The Spaniard only signed earlier in the week following the departure of Simon Mignolet to Club Brugge.

So who could be coming through the door at Anfield as Jurgen Klopp looks to strengthen his options.

Andy Lonergan

Lonergan is the most likely to arrive at Anfield should they wish to sign another goalkeeper.

That’s because the 35-year-old has been training with the Reds throughout pre-season.

He was invited on their pre-season tour of the United States and therefore has been in and amongst the players.

Lonergan also warmed up at Wembley for the Community Shield, he is expected to be offered a deal by Klopp.

Michel Vorm

Michel Vorm has plenty of Premier League experience having played for both Swansea and Tottenham.

He left Spurs earlier this year following the expiry of his contract.

There’s no doubt Liverpool would interest him, and they are a club who have eyed him before during his time in Wales.

His wage demands are likely to be significantly higher than Lonergan’s

Boaz Myhill

Like Vorm, Myhill knows what it takes to be a Premier League goalkeeper.

The 36-year-old ended a nine-year spell at West Bromwich Albion earlier this summer.

He has also played in the English top-flight with Hull and Birmingham.

His international experience with Wales would also prove handy amongst the squad