After snapping up teenagers Sepp van den Berg and Harvey Elliott, Liverpool have now announced a veteran goalkeeper as the club's third signing of the window.
Just hours after announcing that shot-stopper Simon Mignolet had left the club to join Club Brugge, Liverpool have announced the signing of former West Ham United goalkeeper Adrian as his replacement.
The 32-year-old joins the club on a free transfer after his contract with the Hammers expired at the end of last season, and will serve as Alisson Becker's deputy.
"I'm feeling really happy; really happy to be here and to work in this great club and start doing my stuff on the pitch as soon as possible," Adrian told Liverpool's official website.
"I'm very ambitious, I come here to try to win everything, to try to push Ali from the first minute and to make us better.
"Obviously, I want to win titles. I come here to fight for all the competitions. We have many competitions ahead – we're going to fight for it and try to get them.
"I'm looking forward to playing my first game at Anfield and to win as many games as we can."
Adrian spent six seasons with West Ham, during which he kept 36 clean sheets in 125 Premier League appearances.
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