Echo: Klopp could reportedly make Danny Ward first-choice keeper
- Echo's Ian Doyle says Klopp could entrust Ward a place between sticks
- Karius' latest performance could convince the head coach to give more minutes to Welsh keeper during the pre-season tour
Jurgen Klopp is set to give Danny Ward a chance to prove himself and become the first-choice goalkeeper for next season. The boss has been 'hugely impressed' with Ward so far at pre-season training.
Loris Karius performances continue to cast doubts after his latest blunder vs Tranmere and Ward could be given more time.
Reds boss is said to admire Ward's attitude and reckons Danny raised his levels at Melwood in recent weeks.
The 25-year-old keeper made just one appearance for Liverpool last term. He spent the previous campaign on loan at Huddersfield Town.
Danny Ward is as capable as any keeper at the club. I find it bizarre he's never got a chance when we have that absolute shitshow between the sticks.— Brad (@_BradLFC) July 10, 2018