The Spanish shot-stopper has hinted that he would be willing to leave Brendan Rodgers’ side should an offer be forthcoming from a major club
Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina has once again cast doubt on his Anfield future by admitting he would be open to a move to a “bigger club”.
The Spain international, who has made 394 appearances for the Merseyside club since joining from Villarreal in 2005, has been linked with a move to former team Barcelona in recent months.
And although Reina stressed that he remains commited to Liverpool, he opened the door to a summer exit should the Anfield outfit receive an offer from an elite club.
“My situation is clear. I have three more years of my Liverpool contract — but I never say never,” Reina told Onda Cero.
“I’m very happy and satisfied at Liverpool.
“But of course if I’m given the chance to improve and go to a bigger club, and now there are a few bigger than Liverpool, I’m sure the club would understand.”
Reina, who came through Barcelona’s academy, kept 14 clean sheets last season as Liverpool finished seventh in the Premier League but failed to qualify for European competition.