Pepe Reina’s agent has dismissed speculation linking the Spaniard with a move away from Anfield, reports Sky Sports.
Reina has long been one of Liverpool’s stand out performers since he joined the club from Villereal back in 2005.
However, Reina endured his worst spell of form at Liverpool during last season, making several mistakes in a campaign that saw the Reds record their worst ever Premier League finish.
Unfortunately, not much has changed under new manager Brendan Rodgers, as Reina has dropped three clangers already this season in the home matches against Manchester City, Hearts and Arsenal.
This has led to rumours Rodgers is looking to replace the Spaniard with Dutchman Michael Vorm, who performed exceptionally for Rodgers at Swansea last season.
However, Reina’s agent Manuel Garcia Quilon has moved quickly to dismiss the speculation, claiming the 30-year-old will soon be back to his best.
“He is not having an easy time. The team has not started the season well and liability is falling on him,” he said.
“But this will end when he returns to form. He has four years to run on his contract and rumours of leaving Liverpool are just that – rumours.”