Liverpool 'keep tabs' on Scottish international

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Liverpool are reportedly keeping tabs on young Scottish stopper Cameron Bell.

The Kilmarnock goalkeeper broke into the first team at his club over a year ago, and has become a figure of consistency for the SPL side at Rugby Park despite their poor league finish last term.

Both Liverpool and Bolton are keeping tabs on the player's progress, according to the Daily Star, with Kenny Dalglish and Owen Coyle monitoring their compatriots situation north of the border.

Bell graduated from the Killie academy into the club's first team, but has also spent time on loan with Montrose and Queen of the South in his short career thus far. His recent form has earned international recognition, with a debut cap coming against the Faroe Islands in November.

Bell would be seen as back-up by both clubs, and a potential star of the future as understudy to either Pepe Reina at Anfield or Jussi Jaaskelainen at the Reebok.


Under Roy Hodgson, Liverpool made the surprise signing of Brad Jones last August, but the Australian stopper finds himself out on loan at Derby currently and is tipped for a permanent move away from Merseyside in the summer.

His exit would open the door to a potential keeper addition at the club, with Bell the only stopper speculatively linked with a Liverpool move in recent months.

Other potential candidates are sure to surface though, with Dalglish's summer set to be a busy one in the transfer market.

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