Walsall Could Sign a Goalkeeper as Potential Crisis Looms Walsall Could Sign a Goalkeeper as Potential Crisis Looms

Walsall Could Sign a Goalkeeper as Potential Crisis Looms

The Saddlers are potentially facing a 'keeper crisis, with Michael Flynn considering a move into the Transfer Market.
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Walsall could be forced back into the transfer market as they're potentially facing a goalkeeping crisis with second-choice stopper Adam Przybek set to miss out again.

After appearing on the bench for all of the Saddlers' League Two games, the Welsh youth international stopper missed the last two games with a knock, with the Saddlers unable to name a back-up.

There is hoe of a potential swift signing, however, as former Derby County, and most recently Ilkeston Town man Bradley Foster-Theniger has been part of the training set up for the last few weeks.

Taking part in the warm-up and portions of training, Foster-Theniger could be the man to sign a short-term deal and offer cover to current first-choice Owen Evans.

When asked whether he'd be looking to add another 'keeper to the ranks, Walsall Head Coach Michael Flynn said; "Possibly, we’ll have to see how long Adam is out for.

"But obviously, Brad is a local boy. He’s coming to help as in be a training goalkeeper, helping with the warm-up.

"It’s fair play to the lad because obviously he’s not getting paid and he’s working hard day in and day out. That’s helping us as otherwise we would only have Owen, even for training."

Quotes: Express & Star.
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