Liverpool round-up: Reds sign Polish stopper Kamil Grabara

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Grabara signs for Liverpool

Liverpool were pleased to announce the capture of Marko Grujic yesterday, but it appears another transfer slipped under the radar on the same day.

According to reports, the Reds also landed Polish goalkeeper Kamil Grabara.

At just 16-years-of-age, Grabara is one for the future, but he’s also had trials with Manchester United and Manchester City in the past.

It’s said he’s agreed on a move for £250,000 and was at Melwood yesterday to have a medical and finalise terms.

Ilori recalled from Villa loan

Moving on, Jurgen Klopp has recalled defender Tiago Ilori from his loan at Aston Villa to ease the pressure on his back-line.

The Reds have lost a number of centre-backs to injury, and Ilori will now be registered as a first-team Liverpool player.

Liverpool Legends match

Lastly, Reds fans were given something of a throwback to enjoy when Steven Gerrard provided a nice assist for Luis Garcia in a Liverpool Legends match earlier this week.

A host of Anfield alumnus got together to face off against an Australian XI, with the Reds running out comfortable 4-0 winners. Ian Rush and John Arne-Riise hit one each whilst Garcia bagged himself a brace.

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