Keeper move denied by agent
Pepe Reina's agent has dismissed suggestions the goalkeeper could leave Liverpool as the Reds continue to be linked with Michael Vorm.
Reina has had an indifferent start to the season as Liverpool still search for their first win in the Premier League and goals conceded against Arsenal, Hearts and Manchester City have all been laid at his door. Reports over the weekend suggested that Swansea keeper Vorm is a target with Reina facing the exit door at Anfield but his agent, Manuel Garcia Quilon, has moved to deny the rumours. If Reds boss Brendan Rodgers does look to replace Reina, he is sure to make a move for Vorm who has impressed for the Swans, but for now it is all speculation. "There is no problem right now," he told Calciomercato in Italy. "Pepe has played many games in the Liverpool shirt and is used to all kinds of rumours. "It is clear he is not having an easy time because the team has not started the season well and liability is falling on him. "But this will end when he returns to form. He still has four years to run on his contract and rumours of leaving Liverpool are just that - rumours."