By Harvey Byrne
Liverpool great Jamie Carragher has claimed there is no future at the club for current left-back Alberto Moreno.
The 25-year-old Spanish left-back has been a part of the Reds side for three years after completing a £12million move to Anfield in the summer of 2014 from Sevilla.
In that time the speedster has played 109 times for the club, scoring on three occasions while also providing eight assists.
But, last season he was limited to just 12 appearances in the Premier League, including only two starts and following the signing of Andy Robertson in the left-back role, Carragher has told that he believes Moreno doesn’t have a future at Liverpool.
“There is no future for Alberto Moreno, so Klopp had to bring someone in and to be honest, LFC were never going to break the bank for a left-back or a squad player for that matter,” told Carragher, as quoted by 5times.
There have been no recent developments on Moreno’s future at Liverpool, but in June the Mail reported that the Reds would only bring in Robertson if the three-time Spain international was to leave.
With the versatile James Milner also ahead of Moreno in the left-back pecking order it is believed that the latter could see even less match time in the next campaign.
The Spaniard has just two years remaining on his contract at Anfield and it is said in the Mail report that Jurgen Klopp’s side are looking at a price of around £15million for him.
In other Liverpool news, this versatile Reds ace has completed a move to a top-flight club.