English Premier League giants Liverpool are said to be interested in signing Scotland goalkeeper David Marshall (DM).
The veteran keeper is attracting Liverpool interest as a potential deputy to Anfield number one Alisson. Marshall has been relegated to third choice at current club Derby County as manager Wayne Rooney looks for a more youthful approach.
But Liverpool are interested in Marshall, who was dropped completely by Scotland head coach Steve Clarke this week. If Marshall were to go to Liverpool, it would likely limit his chances with the national team.
However, it would lead to a reunion with Scotland captain Andy Robertson. Marshall has 46 caps for Scotland and was number one during the nation’s Euro 2020 campaign earlier this summer. Clarke explained the reasoning for dropping Marshall for September’s World Cup qualifiers this week.
He said: “David Marshall, who was my number one, he has had a tough time at Derby, he has found himself as the number three goalkeeper. I don’t want to comment on the politics or whatever of that decision but I have spoken to David, he is disappointed not to be involved but he fully understands why he is not involved in this camp.