Liverpool goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher is set to be handed new terms.
The Liverpool Echo says Kelleher is in line for a new contract to reflect his relatively new-found status as No.2 at Anfield.
The Irish goalkeeper made five appearances last term, including two in the Premier League and is now viewed as ahead of the more experienced Adrian.
Liverpool are yet to decide if they will move into the market for a cut-price goalkeeper, with the decision resting on whether or not Adrian signs a new deal or not.
The 34-year-old is out of contract and is considering his options ahead of a potential move back to Spain.
Completing what could yet be a clean sweep of new contracts for the goalkeeping department, Liverpool are keen to open talks with Alisson Becker later this summer.