“I’m Done. I Can’t Keep Up With Being Treated Like I’m Not Trying My Best For The Club” – A Key Liverpool Player Is Reportedly Eager To Depart Anfield, With Several Premier League Clubs Expressing Interest As Fabrizio Romano Has Provided An Update On Nunez.

Reports suggest that Liverpool goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher is seeking a move away from Anfield in the upcoming summer transfer window to secure regular first-team football.

Despite Kelleher’s impressive performances while covering for Alisson during the Brazilian goalkeeper’s recent injury spells, he faces stiff competition for the starting spot, with Alisson firmly established as the number one under Jurgen Klopp and his successor.

With interest from Premier League clubs like Wolves and Nottingham Forest, as well as Scottish Premiership side Celtic, Kelleher is reportedly eager to depart Liverpool in pursuit of more playing time.

Football Insider suggests that Kelleher is expected to push for a summer exit, especially after a move to Wolves was blocked by Klopp in the previous transfer window. Liverpool is said to value Kelleher at around £20 million.

Former Liverpool player Patrik Berger believes that Kelleher deserves to be a starting goalkeeper at another Premier League club due to his outstanding performances this season, which have often been crucial in securing points for Liverpool.

Berger emphasized Kelleher’s importance and expressed his hope that the goalkeeper remains at Liverpool but acknowledged that Kelleher may seek opportunities elsewhere if he cannot secure regular playing time.

Regarding Darwin Nunez, there have been rumors suggesting that Liverpool could consider selling him in the summer transfer window due to concerns about his finishing and the team’s faltering title challenge.

However, Fabrizio Romano reports that there is currently no concrete information about Nunez’s potential departure from Liverpool.

Romano suggests that decisions regarding Nunez’s future, along with other squad matters, will likely be made once Arne Slot assumes the managerial role at Liverpool and assesses the squad.

At present, there are no indications of serious developments regarding Nunez’s situation.

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