Jurgen Klopp has given his approval to the Liverpool management to loan out their rising star goalkeeper Kamil Grabara for the next season.
The 20-year-old shot-stopper is currently on national duty for Poland at the Under-21 European Championships.
Football Insider has revealed that Liverpool is seeking a new club for Grabara in this summer transfer window, as he aims to develop his skills for the senior team.
Meanwhile, the Liverpool boss Klopp has already regarded the Polish goalkeeper as a first-team player of the future.
Klopp also said that he thinks that Grabara needs more experience and enhance his skills to be considered at the Anfield.
The Merseyside outfit signed the Polish international in January 2016 from the Polish club Ruch Chorzow.
Anfield goalkeeping coach John Achterberg told the club’s official website that Grabara is almost near to the first team standard.
He said: “The young boy, Kamil Grabara, is also greedy to try and make the next step. He is showing a very top level and is already in the first-team training.”
Grabara has made 16 appearances for the club and maintained six clean sheets. He also played a vital role for the club to secure a Europa League spot next season.
In other Liverpool news, Liverpool winger Harry Wilson could play on a loan for Wolves this summer