With Loris Karius desperately struggling and Simon Mignolet almost inevitably going to do a Simon Mignolet, many have suggested Liverpool should splash the cash next month for a new man between the sticks.
It remains to be seen whether or not Jurgen Klopp will opt to delve into the Reds’ reserves or trust in the above pair.
If he does decide to look elsewhere, we profiled four stoppers the German could invest in.
Vorm is undoubtedly the safest, but most expensive option on the list having just renewed his contract with Spurs. Offering a wealth of experience and a set of hands well and truly tested in the Premier League, the Dutchman could be a great addition at Anfield.
Almost overnight, Bernd Leno became one of Europe’s most sought-after goalkeepers in Europe after impressing consistently for Bayer Leverkusen. He’s not had it all his own way this season but the potential is there for all to see.
A somewhat riskier option but one with a considerable potential reward.
Villareal’s success this season has been aided in no small part by the work of Asenjo, their 27-year-old shot-stopper. With over 3.5 saves per goal and seven clean sheets in sixteen, the stats suggest the Spaniard is the man to usurp Liverpool’s hapless duo.
Since his emergence last season, Jordan Pickford has consistently proven himself to be a phenomenally talented young man and more than capable of stepping into Karius’ boots.
Jermain Defoe gets all the plaudits but without Pickford, Sunderland would be in massive trouble.