Liverpool have sold goalkeeper Kamil Grabara to FC Copenhagen in a multi-million deal.
The 22-year-old has left Anfield for good after five years with the Reds, having spent the last two and a half seasons on loan with a stint with Championship side Huddersfield Town sandwiched by two stints with Danish team AGF Aarhus.
ECHO understands Liverpool have agreed to a £ 3million package with Copenhagen for the services of the Polish Youth International, with the deal including a 20% sell clause and seeing the link to the director sportsman Peter Christiansen for the third time after their tenure. together at AGF.
With both Caoimhin Kelleher and Adrian signing new contracts at Anfield this summer, club insiders have confirmed Grabara is keen to leave the club in search of first-team football, in a bid to claim a place in the squad. Senior National of Poland alongside Wojciech. Szczesny and Lukasz Fabianski.
And in the absence of suitable offers to come to England, Liverpool had no qualms moving to Copenhagen for the goalkeeper once they followed their initial interest, with a deal with one of the most historic clubs in Danish football, considered the best. interests of all parties.
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Grabara never made a senior appearance for the Reds after joining the club’s Academy setup in the summer of 2016, but trained regularly with Jurgen Klopp’s first team, featured in their pre schedule. -season before the 2018/19 season and was an unused replacement for their League Cup loss to Chelsea in September 2018.