Liverpool fans are going to be hoping and praying that this injury crisis halts immediately. The Reds have already lost a host of key stars to the treatment table this season. If we lose our keeper again then Kopites will be hiding behind their sofa after what happened at Aston Villa. However, there has been suggestions a new backup shot stopper could arrive. Paul Robinson has backed Paulo Gazzaniga to switch clubs with Liverpool a potential destination.
Oh Adrian, whatever are we going to do with you?
The frustrating thing about Adrian, signed from West Ham last summer, is that he is often quite brilliant.
Whenever he’s been thrust into the net, in the absence of Alisson, he’s always made a save or two which he just shouldn’t have been able to make.
Then shortly after he’ll make a huge blunder. His errors led to the Reds’ elimination from the Champions League last term.
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After his major error in the opening moments against Aston Villa this season set the tone for the drubbing, many fans have called for him to be replaced.
Paulo Gazzaniga and Liverpool
Speaking to Football Insider, Paul Robinson has suggested that Paulo Gazzaniga could move to Liverpool in January.
The ex-England number one believes that the Argentina is miffed at being nudged down the pecking order by Joe Hart, saying:
“I think he thought he was gone [in the summer].
“I suspect something was lined up and he thought he was leaving and that is why Jose Mourinho brought in Joe Hart.
“There’s been talk of Aston Villa and Liverpool, teams looking for backups. I think his head was turned and in his mind he may have thought he was gone.
“I could see him leaving in January. He will not want to sit there as number three because he even had a taste of being number one while Huge was out.
“We will see Gazzaniga move on in January or the end of the season. He is not a number three goalkeeper, he is a top goalkeeper.
What RTK has to say
We’d definitely take Paulo Gazzaniga at Liverpool.
The 28-year-old has always impressed when given a shot at Spurs and he’d be an improvement on Adrian.
It is unlikely that we’ll move in January given the other problem areas in the squad, namely at centre back.
We’ll be keeping an eye on this story as the Reds signing a new backup keeper in the next couple of windows is a possibility.