In what should come as little surprise to anyone, Liverpool goalkeeper Adam Bogdan has admitted his career at Anfield is likely over once his loan spell at Hibernian concludes in the summer, according to an exclusive interview with Bogdan in The Scotsman.
“In my head, unless some crazy things happens, my contract will run out”, Bogdan said during the interview.
“I am still a Liverpool player but it is running out. I am considering myself more and more a Hibs player.”
This news was inevitable — Bogdan hasn’t featured for the Reds since May 2016 and only made 2 Premier League appearances during his debut season at the club; with Alisson, Simon Mignolet and Kamil Grabara already fighting for a spot, the likelihood of him being offered a new deal is virtually impossible.
The Hungarian was always a strange signing. Signed to replace Brad Jones as Mignolet’s deputy back in 2015, the 31-year-old never seemed good enough to belong at a club the size of Liverpool and he epitomised the many poor signings Brendan Rodgers made during his reign.
Klopp took no time at all in shipping the ex-Bolton man off with successive loans to Wigan and Hibs and he now looks guaranteed to depart to little fanfare.