Liverpool have reportedly agreed the sale of Polish shotstopper Kamil Grabara to FC Copenhagen for a fee of £3m.
This comes from Goal journalist Neil Jones, who added that a 20% sell-on clause was attached to the deal taking the 22-year-old to the Danish capital.
Liverpool goalkeeper Kamil Grabara is joining FC Copenhagen on a permanent deal worth around £3m, plus a 20 per cent sell-on clause.#LFC
— Neil Jones (@neiljonesgoal) July 3, 2021
The former Ruch Chorzow youngster didn’t make a single appearance for the Liverpool first-team, with Irish international Caoimhin Kelleher having been preferred by Jurgen Klopp as a backup option in recent times.
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On top of the sale of Liam Millar to Basel, we have already amassed over £4m in player sales before getting to more valuable fringe players, including Marko Grujic, Harry Wilson, Xherdan Shaqiri and Divock Origi, to name a handful.
With Liverpool reportedly hoping to amass £60m in player sales, it’s a solid start from Michael Edwards and co. with outgoings said to play a role once more in the extent of the side’s potential incomings.
It’s a shame to see Grabara depart Anfield without having graced L4 once for the first-team, though we’ll wish the keeper nothing but the best going forward if the report is accurate.
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