Liverpool have reportedly moved closer to finalise the signing of Lazio stopper Thomas Strakosha.
Liverpool head-coach Jurgen Klopp is believed to be in the market for another goalkeeper this summer, with Simon Mignolet potentially leaving the club and doubts remaining over Karius’s future at Anfield.
The Merseyside Reds have been heavily linked with an approach for Brazilian stopper Alisson Becker, however, Strakosha is another stopper said to be on the Reds radar and according to Calciomercato, the Premier League giants have been provided with a boost.
The report suggested that Rome-based teams are already on the verge of securing a replacement for Strakosha, with Silvio Protoclose is likely to join them from Olympiacos.
Albanian international keeper was a regular for Serie A outfits Lazio last campaign, with the 23-year-old has played 53 games in all competitions.
Meanwhile, Strike City keeper Jack Butland who is currently at World-cup in Russia has been also on the radar of the Merseyside Reds.
Loris Karius’s future at Anfield seems to be up in the air with German stopper’s errors has costed the Reds the Champions League title.