Liverpool goalkeeper officially leaves CLUB for new one

Club Brugge have completed the signing of Liverpool goalkeeper, Simon Mignolet, on a permanent deal after spending six-years at Afield.

Liverpool made this known in a statement on the club’s official website on Monday.

The statement read: “Simon Mignolet has completed a permanent transfer to @ClubBrugge after a six-year spell with Liverpool FC that included more than 200 appearances.

“The Belgian goalkeeper departs the Reds to return to his homeland having been part of the squad that clinched European Cup glory in Madrid in June.

A key figure in the Liverpool dressing room by virtue of his dedication, professionalism and work ethic throughout his time here, Mignolet leaves with the best wishes of everyone at the club.

Club Brugge have completed the signing of Liverpool goalkeeper, Simon Mignolet, on a permanent deal after spending six-years at Afield.

Liverpool made this known in a statement on the club’s official website on Monday.

“He arrived at Anfield back in the summer of 2013 from Sunderland and enjoyed an impressive debut season between the sticks under Brendan Rodgers.

“Mignolet saved a last-minute penalty to preserve victory on his first competitive home appearance to kick off an exhilarating season that saw the Reds narrowly miss out on the Premier League title.”