Liverpool have been reduced to pursuing the top four places this season in what has been a season to forget.
This summer will be integral for Klopp and his entourage to shift some personnel and bring in some reinforcements.
A dramatic exit from the Champions League by the reigning champions Real Madrid means that Liverpool are relying on entering the top four to play in Europe’s most prestigious competition next campaign.
The Merseyside outfit are willing to part ways with the young goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher, according to Football Insider.
The 24-year-old has played second fiddle to Alisson and has often been played in domestic club competitions to give Liverpool’s first choice a rest.
With Liverpool heading out early of the Carabao Cup and the FA Cup has unfortunately limited the Irishman’s minutes, with only three appearances this term.
In total, the Irish shot stopper has made 20 appearances across all competitions for his club and has recorded 10 clean sheets in those appearances.
His significant impact at Anfield has not been unnoticed though as he produced a ‘fine display’ in the Carabao Cup final last year to aid his team’s success.
Kelleher penned a new deal at Liverpool in 2021, which keeps him at the club until 2026.
However, it is likely that the club will part ways with their second choice when the summer transfer window opens.