Liverpool have to get their transfer business wrapped up soon. The seasons starts on Saturday as the Reds welcome Leeds United to Anfield for the first time since the world went mad. We have only seen two transfers in the first team: Dejan Lovren left and Kostas Tsimikas arrived. We could well see more movement with Kamil Grabara reportedly wanted by Greek side PAOK.
Kamil Grabara career
Liverpool signed Grabara from Ruch Chorzów in 2016.
The goalkeeper was promoted to the first team two years later, making one appearance in a friendly in 2018 before moving on loan to Danish side AGF.
Following his spell in Northern Europe, the Polish shot stopper was loaned out to recently relegated Huddersfield Town for the 2019/20 season.
Grabara wanted by PAOK
According to Sportime in Greece, Kamil Grabara is wanted by PAOK FC.
The Greek side recently had the best season in their history in 2018/19, winning the league undefeated.
Last season the Macedonian side finished second behind Kostas Tsimikas’ Olympiakos.
Sportime have claimed that PAOK ‘will make a move’ for the Polish youngster.
What RTK has to say
It is unclear whether the Greek side are looking at signing the goalkeeper permanently or on a season long loan.
At the moment we believe it could be a permanent move. This is due to speculation that the Reds are closing in on a deal for Brazilian keeper Marcelo Pitaluga.
It would make sense for the 21-year-old to join PAOK on a permanent basis, he won’t be in the Reds’ first team plans any time soon and the incoming Pitaluga is allegedly being signed to become ‘heir’ to Alisson Becker.
At some point the Polish youngster needs to settled at a club where he can hold down the number one spot for years to come. We’ll keep an eye out to see how this one plays out.