Brad Jones limped out of the Premier League win at Burnley.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has admitted that he could be tempted to move into the loan market to secure another goalkeeper, report the Daily Star, after current first choice Brad Jones limped out of the Premier League win over Burnley today with a thigh problem.
Jones, who Rodgers admitted would replace former first choice Simon Mignolet for an “indefinite” period of time, is expected to miss the next few weeks, although the full extend of his thigh injury is not yet known.
When asked by journalists whether he would look to be allowed to bring in a goalkeeper on an emergency loan deal, rather than promote teenager Danny Ward to the bench, Rodgers admitted that it was something he would consider:
“We will just look at that [a loan deal]. If he [Jones] is missing out, we have young Danny Ward and he will come on to the bench.”
“I thought he [Mignolet] did well. There was just the once when the ball went over the line [from a Mamadou Sakho backpass].”