Liverpool shot-stopper Adrian has revealed he’ll ‘evaluate’ his future at Anfield once they’ve concluded their campaign.
The Spaniard has been with the Reds since joining on a free transfer from the fellow Premier League club West Ham United in 2019.
He arrived on Merseyside as a backup to Alisson Becker, and that is how the player’s time at the club has been spent, with just 25 outings to his name in that period.
This term, in particular, he has featured in just one match in all competitions, with 90 minutes in the Carabao Cup victory over Preston North End, his only game time despite the team having played in every available game in 2022.
Adrian signed a new deal last year, but it wasn’t made clear when that would expire, with many expecting it to be this June.
It seems that mightn’t be the case, though, with Adrian insisting that he still has 12 months to run and could stay put as a result.
“Alisson is one of the best goalkeepers in the world,” the former Hammers goalie told Spain’s premier radio network Cadena SER.
“We all want to play, and this season has not been as he would have liked. When we finish the season, we will evaluate; I still have a lot to contribute.
“I love my profession and being a professional. We will evaluate when the time comes. I would say yes, with a bit more strength (to a return to Spain).
“Obviously, the country pulls a little, and I would like to return to La Liga, but that is always if the opportunity arises. But I still have a year left on my contract.”