Caoimhin Kelleher would fit the bill in Celtic's search for Joe Hart's eventual replacement.
The former Manchester City keeper is out of contract at the end of the current Premiership season and at 37, may have retirment on his mind. Hart has come in for criticism this week after being caught out with a free-kick for Feyenoord's opener in the Hoops' Champions League opener, and his firs half red card against Livingston.
Brendan Rodgers' side coped well with going down to ten men at the Tony Macaroni Arena, but calls for an upgrade on Hart have only gotten louder. Scott Bain was brought on and will likely deputise while Hart is suspended. Benjamin Siegrist isn;t getting a look in so a new No 1, either in January or next summer, will be top of Rodgers' shopping list. Irish international Kelleher was suggested as an option for Celtic between the sticks during the last transfer window.
Rodgers was the Anfield boss when Kelleher joined the Liverpool's academy back in 2015. He's risen to second choice under Jurgen Klopp, but is firmly behind Alisson Becker in the battle for the gloves.
Brentford were interested in signing Kelleher in the summer as a replacement for Arsenal-bound David Raya. But the Bees felt Liverpool's £15million asking price was too stepp.
And Kelleher has reportedly called on Jurgen Klopp to give him a chance in the Europa League to get more top level game time under his belt, and started the 3-1 win over Austrians LASK last Thursday night.
Klopp said during the window that he had no intention of letting the keeper leave the club, although sparse starts may mean that is a difficult stance to stick to in future. He said: “Caoimhin Kelleher? He has a contract! You want us to say goodbye just incase? I honestlyRead on dailyrecord.co.uk