Liverpool keeper not happy over transfer rumours

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Liverpool’s reserve keeper Brad Jones has rubbished rumours he will be leaving the Kop in the summer, with the Press Association reporting that he is happy with the club for which he has only made two appearances.

Jones was sold to Liverpool from Middelsbrough for £2.3 million last August, but has been on loan at Derby for a large portion of that time.


While speculation has been growing that the Australian international wants to leave Liverpool permanently where he will no longer be an understudy, Jones took to twitter to tell fans he would not be moving clubs.

“What idiot decided to put in the daily mirror that I’m going to leave Liverpool? Completely untrue and really a poor attempt at a story.” He said of the transfer rumours, which centred around a Daily Mail story.

The 29 year old keeper is reportedly very happy with his position at Liverpool, and is planning on staying there for the long term.

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