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Adrian "really happy" at Liverpool

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Goalkeeper Adrian says that he remains "really happy" at Liverpool, despite speculation regarding a return to Spain in the summer.

Liverpool goalkeeper Adrian has suggested that he is no rush to leave Anfield, despite speculation regarding a return to Spain.

Since being brought in as deputy to Alisson Backer last summer, Adrian has made a total of 18 appearances in all competitions, 11 of which have come in the Premier League.

Although the 33-year-old is being linked with a return to La Liga later in 2020, the stopper has acknowledged that life at the Merseyside giants has 'totally exceeded his expectations'.

Speaking to the club's official website, Adrian said: "This club has totally exceeded my expectations. I think coming here was the perfect decision at the perfect time, to come to the best team in the world right now.

"I am really happy I took that decision, to have that patience in that moment of the summer and to be here."

The veteran has just over a year remaining on his contract.

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