Simon Mignolet to discuss long-term Liverpool future with Jurgen Klopp after the World Cup. The Belgium international goalkeeper lost his place to Loris Karius back in January and could leave
Simon Mignolet has admitted he will have to consider his future at Liverpool after the World Cup.
Simon Mignolet will hold talks with Liverpool on the conclusion of Belgium’s World Cup campaign as he seeks to ascertain whether there will be first-team opportunities for him next season.
Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet has hinted at uncertainty over his future at the club, indicating he will assess his position after the World Cup. The 30-year-old was an unused substitute
Simon Mignolet will hold talks with Jürgen Klopp over his future after Belgium’s World Cup campaign as he seeks to discover whether he will be granted first-team opportunities next season.
Simon Mignolet will decide after the World Cup whether to fight for his Liverpool future after admitting it “won’t be easy” to dislodge Loris Karius.
Simon Mignolet (left) will hold crunch talks with Liverpool after the World Cup has finished Liverpool have made signing a new goalkeeper a priority, but attempts to land Brazil international
Simon Mignolet will hold talks with Liverpool FC about his future after Belgium’s involvement in the World Cup is over, according to reports in the British media.
Simon Mignolet has told Belgian media he will wait until after this summer’s FIFA World Cup before deciding whether to leave Liverpool.