Huddersfield Town loanee Kamil Grabara could be set for another loan spell in the Sky Bet Championship, with Liverpool reportedly open to another temporary exit.
Liverpool have trusted The Terriers with the goalkeeper’s development this season, giving the 21-year-old a chance in the Championship.
So far this season, Grabara has made 28 appearances for the Terriers, but recently suffered a serious head injury that left him hospitalised and he has since lost his place in the side to Jonas Lossl.
It remains to be seen if he can win his place in the side back when the nine remaining games are played, but a report in the Liverpool Echo has indicated that another loan move in the Championship could be on the cards for the Pole.
With that in mind, we explore THREE potential destinations…
Garry Monk has goalkeeping problems at Hillsborough, there’s very little denying it.
Keiren Westwood has been frozen out and looks like he will have no future in South Yorkshire. Cameron Dawson recently signed a new deal with the Owls, but his performances haven’t been convincing of late.
Joe Wildsmith is the third goalkeeper at Hillsborough, but, again, he isn’t wholly convincing.
Grabara could be an affordable option for Wednesday to pursue in the coming summer, whether that’s as No.1 or as competition for Dawson.
One reason why Liverpool might sound out Pride Park as a destination for Grabara is their previous success with their younger players.
Harry Wilson developed there last season fantastically well, with the winger scoring 16 goals and registering four assists in the Championship.
Of course, Phillip Cocu is at the helm now and not Frank Lampard, but there’s every chance that Liverpool might push Grabara towards Pride Park if they want to get the most out of his potential.
Finally, and perhaps most obviously, we look at Huddersfield Town.
Town are overseeing Grabara’s development this season and a year settling into these surroundings might benefit him if he were to return for a second year under Danny Cowley.
Jonas Lossl only returned on loan, casting doubt over the goalkeeping department at Huddersfield heading into next season.
If Cowley can trust Grabara to iron out some of his mistakes, the John Smith’s Stadium might be the ideal destination for him.