Liverpool will sell to buy this summer. Just like every other summer. Michael Edwards is already hard at work raising funds for our incoming purchases. Some Liverpool fans are buzzing with Kamil Grabara being sold to FC Copenhagen.
Who is Kamil Grabara?
Liverpool signed Kamil Grabara as a teenager from Ruch Chorzów.
Now 22-years-old the goalkeeper has spent the past few seasons on a series of loan moves.
In January 2019 he joined Danish side AGF on loan for the second half of the season.
Grabara spent the entire 2019-20 campaign in goal for Huddersfield, making 28 league appearances.
Last term saw the Polish shot stopper return to AGF for the season.
Kamil Grabara joins Copenhagen
This week has seen the goalkeeper exit on a permanent deal.
Kamil Grabara has joined FC Copenhagen for a fee of £3m.
The deal also includes a 20% sell-on clause, a clever inclusion by Michael Edwards in case the Poland U21 keeper goes on to bigger and better things.
The Athletic has claimed that the goalie was looking for regular and permanent first team football with his path to the Reds’ first team blocked by the impressive form of Caoimhin Kelleher and the new contract signed by Adrian.
Given that Liverpool only paid £250k for the Polish keeper in the first place Edwards has managed to secure a tidy profit from the youngster’s sale.
Fans are impressed that Liverpool are once again raking in impressive fees for players without a senior appearance for the Reds.