Liverpool have reportedly made an initial enquiry over the availability of Cardiff City goalkeeper Neil Etheridge.

WalesOnline claim that the Reds are interested in Cardiff shot-stopper Etheridge.

The Filipino had an impressive season despite Cardiff being relegated, regularly producing fine saves.

Liverpool would face competition for the shot-stopper, with Aston Villa reportedly having an £8million bid rejected.

Etheridge recently suggested he would be willing to sit on the bench at a Premier League club.

He said: “You’re one step away, you’re one injury away, a couple of training sessions away from getting that No.1 shirt, so there are how many ways you must look at it.

"You sit on the bench in the Premier League for one week, you could be playing for the rest of the season if the No.1 at that time had a bad game."

Source: Daily Express

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