Report: Liverpool goalkeeper Adam Bogdan may be offered loan exit by Ligue 1 side

The Hungarian appears to have fallen down the pecking order at the Premier League side.

Ligue 1 side Stade de Reims are considering whether they are willing to offer Liverpool goalkeeper Adam Bogdan a temporary escape from Anfield, the Daily Mail reports.

Reims are contemplating approaching the Reds about a potential loan move for the Hungarian (via Mail), who has endured a torrid time on Merseyside recently.

His first involvement since his summer move from Bolton saw him become the hero during the penalty shootout victory over Carlisle in the Capital One Cup. However, more recently, the 28-year-old has been guilty of making big mistakes against both Watford and Exeter.

And those blunders appear to have forced Jurgen Klopp to terminate Danny Ward's loan spell at Scottish Premiership side Aberdeen. In the club's last two games, the 22-year-old has replaced Bogdan on the substitutes' bench, seemingly hinting that his manager has lost a considerable amount of confidence in the man who began the campaign as Simon Mignolet's understudy. 

Despite Bogdan's struggles however, the Mail suggests that Klopp would prefer him to remain at the club. 

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