Loris Karius Back to Liverpool

The goalkeeper from Germany, Loris Karius, will return from his loan spell at Besiktas to Liverpool in the summer of 2020. It is said that he probably gets a chance to replace Adrian. A trusted Liverpool journalist named James Pearce through The Athletic believes that Loris Karius will return to Liverpool at the end of the 2019-2020 season. In the report, Besiktas is not interested in maintaining Karius after 2 years of his loan spell. Even though Besiktas has the chance to buy the German goalkeeper by paying only 7,25 pounds. Liverpool lend Loris Karius for 2 years since 2018.

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In Besiktas, Loris Karius becomes the most hated player by supporters. The hatred of Besiktas supporters rises up in the second leg of the Turkish Cup last 16 round on Wednesday. Besiktas had to give up with the score 2-3 from the second caste team, BB Erzurumspor, at his own home, Vodafone Park Stadium. The defeat makes Besiktas being eliminated from the Turkish Cup. The supporters of Besiktas booed Lois Karius every time he touched the ball. It seems that Loris Karius has not ‘recovered’ yet from making mistakes he made in previous leagues. After blundering in the final of the 2017-2018 Champions League when Liverpool defeated from Real Madrid, Karius also made a number of blunders when defending Besiktas.

If Loris Karius returns to Liverpool at the end of the season, it will be difficult for him to replace the composition of the Reds goalkeepers. Liverpool has already locked the first goalkeeper position for Allison Becker. The second goalkeeper of Liverpool, Adrian, still has a contract for another season until June 2021. However, Adrian is rumored to attract his old club, Real Betis thanks to his performances in this season with Liverpool when he replaces Allison several times. This rumor was published for the first time by Spanish media, Estadio Deportivo. If Real Betis pays Adrian's transfer at the end of the season, there is an opportunity for Karius to become Liverpool's second goalkeeper. https://www.judibolaterbaik.co/

But, with his bad performances during his loan spell in Turkey, there is possibility that Liverpool will sell the German goalkeeper in the 2020 summer transfer market. It is reported that Loris Karius asks his agency to find him a new club in England or Germany once he is back to Liverpool. Loris Karius collects 21 appearances with Besiktas in this season's league. He conceded 26 goals in 21 matches. In total, Loris Karius appeared in 28 leagues in all leagues and conceded 42 goals.

All this time, Loris Karius has been labeled as a football player who is familiar with blunders. One of the most clearly remembered is when he made 2 fatal mistakes in the 2018 Champions League final against Real Madrid. Since then, plus a blunder in the pre-season trial match, Karius is displaced from the Liverpool goalkeeper's post. Liverpool also decided to spend quite a lot of money by bringing Alisson Becker from Rome. After Alisson's arrival, Karius chose to leave on loan to Besiktas. However, the 26-year-old goalkeeper's blunder is apparently still not gone at all. So, Besiktas cannot be blamed if they do not want to extend the loan or even permanently keep his status at a cost of £ 7.25 million. As a consequence, Karius will be back to Liverpool and will undergo a preseason with Jurgen Klopp's team.

Loris Karius is claimed to be confident enough to enter Liverpool's main squad next season, of course, next to the main goalkeeper, Allison. The second goalkeeper position of Liverpool now is placed by Adrian who reportedly will choose to return to Spain next summer. Loris Karius himself is still under contract with Liverpool until 2021. Karius will likely spend his contract first to then join another club. As it has been said before, Loris Karius is reportedly asking his agency to find him a new club in Germany or England.

That is the latest update about Loris Karius. Regardless of the blunders and mistakes he made, do you think that it is fair for the player to be labeled as a blunder player? Do you think it is fair to put the player in the transfer market given the thought of his bad performances?

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