Liverpool star gives Celtic major transfer hope with ‘next step’ claim

Liverpool star gives Celtic major transfer hope with 'next step' claim
Liverpool star gives Celtic major transfer hope with 'next step' claim

Liverpool star gives Celtic major transfer hope with ‘next step’ claim

Liverpool star gives Celtic major transfer hope with ‘next step’ claim

Before the transfer window opens, Celtic may be able to make a move to acquire one of their targets.

Celtic-related Liverpool’s Caoimhin Kelleher has stated that he hopes to be ranked #1 someplace come next season.

The 25-year-old Republic of Ireland international wants to play on a regular basis with the first squad in order to

improve his development.

Liverpool star gives Celtic major transfer hope with 'next step' claim
Liverpool star gives Celtic major transfer hope with ‘next step’ claim

He is under contract at Anfield until 2026 meaning the Reds are under no pressure to sell him permanently anytime

soon. However, he has outlined his desire to play every week, as opposed to sitting on the bench.

Kelleher had a spell in between the sticks for Liverpool last season whilst Alisson Becker was sidelined with an injury

and he did a steady job.

He reportedly stated, “It was the first time in my career that I’d had a spell like that and I loved it,” according to a

story by The Athletic. I got along great with it. I had been anticipating just such an occasion. Being number one for

Liverpool for such a long time was an incredible chance for me.

It was my chance to demonstrate my abilities at the level that I think I can play and that the club’s patrons feel I can

play at. I shown that I am capable of playing in the Premier League and that I feel at home there. That self-belief has

always been a part of me. It felt good to prove it to others.”

He added: “I’ve had such an amazing time at Liverpool. It’s been a crazy journey for me and one that I’ve absolutely

loved. I love the club, I love the fans and I have a great relationship with the players and the staff. Whether it’s here

at Liverpool or somewhere else, I do feel the next step for me is to be a No 1.”

He is from Cork and started his career at Ringmahon Rangers before moving over to England in 2015.

Liverpool snapped him up in 2015 and he was a regular for the Premier League outfit at various different youth levels

before breaking into their first-team set-up.

Kelleher has managed to make 47 appearances over the last five seasons while serving as the Reds’ backup in recent years.

He demonstrated his safety as a pair of hands by playing 26 games last term, 10 of which

were in the league during Jurgen Klopp’s final year.

But while Alisson is still at Liverpool, he has little chance of being the team’s first pick, and his most recent remarks

suggest that he could have to depart for the sake of his career.

He would be able to play in Europe and contend for trophies with Celtic’s regular minutes and platform.

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