Leeds United are due to add to their goalkeeping pool for the new season, as Joel Robles provides backup Illan Meslier and competition for Kristoffer Klaesson.
Jesse Marsch hinted that a new goalkeeper was on the way during his pre-Wolves press conference:
“I think there’s an argument to have a more established goalkeeper as a back-up,”
“Marcos Abad [goalkeeping coach] has created a really good environment with the goalkeepers. Anyone we bring in we have to be very clear, there can’t be any friction.”
The 32-year-old left Real Betis this summer and is available on a free transfer having made 78 appearances, keeping 24 clean sheets. The Spaniard also plied his trade in The Premier League at Wigan Athletic and Everton, keeping a grand total of 18 Premier League clean sheets from 51 appearances, conceding 64 goals.
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