Hungarian goalkeeper Adam Bogdan could be set for another loan move, with reports suggesting Championship side Nottingham Forest want him for 2017/18.
Bogdan has been out injured since November after injuring his ACL during a loan spell last term with Wigan Athletic, but is approaching full fitness.
His chances of working his way back into the setup at Anfield appear remote, however, with Jurgen Klopp signing Loris Karius last summer, Simon Mignolet rediscovering form and Danny Ward a third option.
It means an Anfield exit is the most likely scenario—but another temporary spell, rather than a permanent move, is on the cards according to Mail Online.
Forest’s sporting director is Frank McParland, who was general manager at Bolton when Bogdan joined the club prior to his Liverpool move.
McParland, of course, was also at Liverpool previously as Academy director, among other positions.
Bogdan, now 29, has made only six appearances for the Reds’ first team, and a spate of errors in that short time seems to have sealed his fate in Klopp’s eyes.