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Liverpool ‘set to release Loris Karius in January’ as club tries to end disastrous spell

Liverpool ‘are set to release Loris Karius in January’ as the club tries to end a disastrous spell … without the goalkeeper playing since that infamous Champions League night in Kiev

  • Liverpool are reportedly set to release goalkeeper Loris Karius in January
  • Karius hasn’t played a game for the Reds since the 2018 Champions League final
  • He spent the last two seasons on loan at Besiktas and Union Berlin


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Loris Karius’s tough times in Liverpool could reportedly come to an end soon as the club looks set to let him go for free in January.

The 28-year-old has not played a competitive game for the Reds in more than three years and, despite having a contract with the club until the end of the season, could depart in the winter transfer window in a bid to resurrect your career.

Karius joined from Mainz in 2016 for a reported fee of £ 5.5 million, but the German has failed to establish himself since.

Loris Karius has not played a game for Liverpool since the 2018 Champions League final

Loris Karius has not played a game for Liverpool since the 2018 Champions League final

His last game for Liverpool was in the disastrous 3-1 loss to Real Madrid in the 2018 Champions League final, where he was to blame for two of Real Madrid’s goals.

According to the Mirror, the Reds have now decided to cut their losses by letting Karius go free in January.

The German has spent the last two seasons on loan at Besiktas and Union Berlin, respectively.

Having initially joined the Turkish side in a two-year loan agreement, he left in May 2020 due to a dispute over unpaid wages.

Karius (pictured) left Besiktas on the Turkish side in May 2020 after a dispute over unpaid wages

Karius (pictured) left Besiktas on the Turkish side in May 2020 after a dispute over unpaid wages

Karius (pictured) left Besiktas on the Turkish side in May 2020 after a dispute over unpaid wages

He spent last season on loan at Union Berlin in the Bundesliga, but played four league games.

He spent last season on loan at Union Berlin in the Bundesliga, but played four league games.

He spent last season on loan at Union Berlin in the Bundesliga, but played four league games.

He returned to Liverpool this summer and has found himself even lower down the pecking order. Despite the absence of Alisson and Caoimhin Kelleher in the Carabao Cup weeknight tie against Preston, Karius was unable to bench.

Talking about his future in an interview with Bild in September, he said: ‘We’ll see what will happen in the winter. My goal is to be under the bar every week. And we’ll see where that is.

‘There were some clubs in the picture [in the summer]But that didn’t take off for a number of reasons. ‘

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