Liverpool have completed the signing of former West Ham United goalkeeper Adrian on a free transfer.
Liverpool agreed to sell Mignolet to Club Brugge in a deal that could be worth up to £8m, with the capture of Adrian on a free transfer good business for the Anfield club.
While Irish youngster Caoimhin Kelleher has impressed Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp in recent months, his hopes of leaping into the role of Alisson's back-up keeper appear to have been dashed by Liverpool's move for Adrian.
Those formalities have now been concluded as it's been confirmed on Liverpoolfc.com that Adrian has joined Liverpool on an initial two year deal with an option to extend by a further year.
After wrapping-up his move, the 32-year-old stopper expressed his delight at joining such a "great club" and set his sights on pushing Alisson for the No.1 shirt at Anfield.
And he was popular in east London but was eventually let go because he took too many risks and couldn't get near Lukasz Fabianski's level.
His six years with the Hammers saw him make 150 appearances in all competitions, with a professional career total of 287 outings.
After snapping up teenagers Sepp van den Berg and Harvey Elliott, Liverpool have now announced a veteran goalkeeper as the club's third signing of the window.
"First I played the Community Shield (on the Liverpool bench) and then I flew directly to Brussels".