Liverpool goalkeeper goes on loan after signing long-term contract
Liverpool goalkeeper Jakub Ojrzynski should sign for Caernarfon Town in ready after have signed a new long-term contract.
Promising Liverpool goalkeeper Jakub Ojrzynski is expected to join Caernarfon Town on a one-season loan after signing a new long-term contract at Anfield.
Ojrzynski, 18, drafted new terms with the Reds this week, just over a year after signing his first professional contract.
The stopper, who joined club Legia Warsaw in 2019, has played mostly for the Under-18s, but also reached the Under-23 level last season.
Now Ojrzynski is expected to continue his development in the Cymru Premier for the duration of the 2021/22 season.
Caernarfon announced his arrival on social media in a Twitter post that has since been deleted.
Ojrzynski played in Caernarfon’s friendly against Holywell Town and the club have said his decision is subject to international clearance.
Ojrzynski also made his first senior appearance last season as Liverpool’s injury crisis spread to the goalkeeper department.
With Alisson Becker and Caoimhin Kelleher both out of action, the Pole was named to the bench as the Reds claimed a 2-0 victory at Sheffield United in February, although he has yet to bow out in first team.
Caernarfon finished in sixth place in the Welsh top flight last season, qualifying for the Europa Conference League play-offs.