Liverpool 'keeper nearing Anfield exit - reports

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Liverpool will reportedly allow Brad Jones to leave Anfield, once Alexander Doni has completed his move to the club.

According to talkSPORT, the Australian goalkeeper is free to quit the club, just one year after being signed from Middlesbrough by Roy Hodgson.

Jones was brought to Merseyside by the then Liverpool boss in order to provide competition for incumbent custodian Pepe Reina.

However, it would appear that the 29-year-old is not in the plans of new Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish, with Roma shot-stopper Doni closing in on a transfer to Merseyside.


Liverpool have been linked with the Brazilian for a number of weeks and, according to his agent, Doni should complete a his transfer to Anfield over the weekend.

“Everything is okay with Liverpool,” Ovidio Colucci told

“We are returning to Rome to sign the final documents.

“The deal will be finally completed tomorrow and Doni will be back at Liverpool on Sunday to be available for Kenny Dalglish.”

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