Liverpool’s Adam Bogdan has completed a loan move to Hibernian, the Merseyside club have confirmed.
Liverpool signed Bogdan in 2015 while the current Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers was still in charge, but since then the Hungarian made only six first-team appearances in all competitions and to say his stint at Liverpool has been unsuccessful would be a huge understatement. With his contract still to run for a further 12 months, the Reds have decided to agree to a loan move to the Scottish club as there is no realistic chance he would be able to break into manager Jürgen Klopp’s plans even with Simon Mignolet set to leave.
Liverpool have been linked with a host of goalkeepers this summer after the mistakes of Loris Karius in the Champions League final, but the German would certainly remain ahead of Bogdan in the pecking order together with Danny Ward.
The 2012 Hungarian Player of the Year started the 2016/17 season on loan at Wigan Athletic where he made 17 appearances and kept five clean sheets, but in November he suffered an ACL injury and returned to Liverpool.
Reportedly fully healed, the 30-year-old will hope for a good season before he seeks a permanent new club next summer.
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