The Bundesliga is a league with an impressive list of stars, but which keeper is the Bundesliga’s best?
This article will examine which keeper can make the difference in the league.
In the past, we’ve had a good amount of options, but this season, there are two in particular who should be on your shortlist.
Both Pocho and Mats Hummels have been linked with moves to Europe, but the former is still in the midst of a very busy summer.
He has been linked to Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Juventus and Barcelona.
The former is in fact the most likely destination, with he receiving offers from Juventus, Arsenal, Arsenal, Manchester City and Real Madrid.
There is also the possibility of Hummens signing with Real Madrid as well, but Hummers move to Spain is a long shot.
Another possibility is Chelsea signing Hugo Lloris, who is out of contract in 2020.
Pachuca goalkeeper Lloris is not one of the biggest names in the Bundesliga, but he has been an integral part of their success.
His record at the club is impressive, and the defense is the reason why Pachuca are currently in second place in the standings.
Loris has made over 400 saves this season.
Matsuura is also on the books, and he’s a player who has been part of Pachucas starting XI since 2013.
Since his arrival in 2015, the 22-year-old has made almost 300 saves, with only two of those coming this season when he has started.
This season, Makoto Okamoto has made more than 600 saves, and that is more than any other goalkeeper in the Liga (Makudai, Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich).
Mamiura is a very solid keeper in the Liga, but is a little behind in goal this season (he’s made only 35 of his total 120 goals), but he’s also had a couple of great seasons in the Pep Guardiola era.
Okamoto is also a keeper who has been part of Lazio’s starting eleven since 2014, and his season has been fantastic.
While Matoi was a starter for Lazio in 2016, he has only made one save this season and only started six of Lazio’s 15 league games since 2015.
A lot can be said about Okami’s performance in Ligue 1 this season – he has made five saves and a shutout against Leicester, a feat he has only achieved once in all of Serie A. So, who is the man who will be the goalkeeper of the future?
We’ll answer these question in our final football article of the season.