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Liverpool: Who joins Loris Karius in the 11th Premier League failure of all time?

Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius could finally end his nightmare at Anfield amid reports that he could be let go for free in January.

Karius hasn’t played for Liverpool since his horrible appearance in the 2018 Champions League final, but he’s still on the club’s books.

And while the curtain seems to be about to fall on what has been a steamy chapter for everyone involved, Sportsmail takes a look at Liverpool’s worst Premier League-era XI, which sadly has a clear pick for its number 1.

Loris Karius could leave Liverpool in January, ending a torrid time

Loris Karius could leave Liverpool in January, ending a torrid time

GOALKEEPER: LORIS KARIUS

There was great excitement for the arrival of Karius in a £ 5.5 million deal from Mainz in the summer of 2016. Liverpool fans had long waited for a new number 1, as Simon Mignolet had not convinced them.

His debut was delayed by injury, but when he finally replaced Mignolet as Klopp’s seeming No. 1, Karius quickly appeared not to be the dominant presence Liverpool craved between the posts. It soon gave way to the return of Mingolet.

The following season, Klopp persisted with him and Karius made 33 appearances throughout the campaign, but the last one is the one that will go down in history, as he gifted Karim Benzema with one of the strangest goals in Champions League history. League before leaving Gareth Bale The shot overtook him to deliver the trophy to Real Madrid.

Karius, pictured in Liverpool training last week, has no prospects for a future at Anfield

Karius, pictured in Liverpool training last week, has no prospects for a future at Anfield

Karius, pictured in Liverpool training last week, has no prospects for a future at Anfield

RIGHT BACK: JAN KROMKAMP

An honorable mention for his appearance in Liverpool’s 2006 FA Cup final victory, but otherwise Jan Kromkamp’s time in the red was largely forgettable.

The Dutchman arrived at Anfield in the summer of 2006 as part of an exchange with Josemi, who was heading to Villarreal.

He made 14 appearances, the last of which was a substitute for Xabi Alonso in Cardiff, but at the end of the transfer window that summer he headed back to the Netherlands after failing to settle in Merseyside.

Jan Kromkamp was at Anfield for just a few months before returning to the Netherlands.

Jan Kromkamp was at Anfield for just a few months before returning to the Netherlands.

Jan Kromkamp was at Anfield for just a few months before returning to the Netherlands.

CENTER BACK: BJORN TORE KVARME

The Norwegian arrived at Anfield in 1997, but his two years are not fondly remembered.

He made 54 appearances for Liverpool in all competitions, but never convinced, with notoriously poor displays against rivals like Manchester United and Everton. ‘Danny Cadamarteri made him look like a fan,’ says Liverpool fan website LFChistory.

When Gerard Houllier took over at Liverpool, he quickly paired Stephane Henchoz with Sami Hyypia and Kvarme left early in the 1999-00 season.

Bjorn Tore Kvarme struggled to prevail and lost his place under Gerard Houllier

Bjorn Tore Kvarme struggled to prevail and lost his place under Gerard Houllier

Bjorn Tore Kvarme struggled to prevail and lost his place under Gerard Houllier

CENTER-BACK: SEBASTIAN COATES

Coates struck a striking deal in 2011 from Nacional, having participated in Uruguay’s Copa América victory when he was 20 years old.

There was excitement that Liverpool had unearthed a jewel and that, amid the interest of teams like Man City and PSG, they chose Liverpool because of the influence of compatriot Luis Suárez.

But Coates’ potential was never fulfilled at Anfield. In two years he only played 24 times as he struggled to adjust to the intensity of life in the Premier League.

A knee injury kept him out of the 2013-14 season and at the start of the following season, he moved to Sunderland on loan before the move finally became permanent. Now he plays for Sporting Lisbon.

Sebastian Coates had trouble adjusting after joining Liverpool from Nacional in 2011

Sebastian Coates had trouble adjusting after joining Liverpool from Nacional in 2011

Sebastian Coates had trouble adjusting after joining Liverpool from Nacional in 2011

BACK LEFT: PAUL KONCHESKY

A signing from the miserable days of Roy Hodgson’s tenure at Anfield: Paul Konchesky followed Hodgson from Craven Cottage to Anfield.

But the left-back never won over the fans with his performances and admitted struggling to settle in the city and the weight of the expectation of playing for the club.

“It is so small in Liverpool. Being from London, you’re not used to how small it is, ” Konchesky said later. Planet soccer. “You walk around Liverpool and everyone knows you because everyone loves football.

“That was the hardest, moving part because I didn’t realize how small it is and how much control all soccer fans have.”

After arriving in 2010, Konchesky left Liverpool in January 2011, coinciding with Kenny Dalglish to replace Hodgson as manager.

Paul Konchesky struggled to live up to the expectations of playing for a club like Liverpool

Paul Konchesky struggled to live up to the expectations of playing for a club like Liverpool

Paul Konchesky struggled to live up to the expectations of playing for a club like Liverpool

CENTER-MIDDLE FIELD: CHARLIE ADAM

Scottish international Charlie Adam arrived after a formidable season with Blackpool. In particular, he so impressed Sir Alex Ferguson in an exhibition against Manchester United that the iconic coach said that ‘his corner kicks are worth £ 10 million’ in his post-match appointments.

But Liverpool never saw anything like it at Anfield the following year. He played Dalglish quite regularly, but never reproduced anything in the way that had made him Blackpool’s point man.

Dalglish left the following summer, in 2012, and Brendan Rodgers entered. Adam quickly left for Stoke after being used in two Europa League games.

Charlie Adam was unable to regain the Blackpool form that convinced Liverpool to buy it

Charlie Adam was unable to regain the Blackpool form that convinced Liverpool to buy it

Charlie Adam was unable to regain the Blackpool form that convinced Liverpool to buy it

CENTER-MIDDLE FIELD: ALBERTO AQUILANI

Much was expected of the Italian midfielder when he arrived to fill the void for Xabi Alonso in a £ 20 million deal with Roma in 2009.

He arrived injured, without playing since March of that year due to an ankle problem. While Rafa Benitez insisted Liverpool could oversee his return to full fitness, Aquilani was never able to regain the form that showed fans why he was identified to replace a player of Alonso’s caliber.

Taking the number 4 jersey, Aquilani’s debut finally came at the end of October, but his campaign was so poor that it turned out to be his only one at Anfield. He made two appearances early in the 2010-11 season before moving to Juventus.

Alberto Aquilani arrived injured and fought to regain his best form with Liverpool's red

Alberto Aquilani arrived injured and fought to regain his best form with Liverpool's red

Alberto Aquilani arrived injured and fought to regain his best form with Liverpool’s red

CENTER-MIDDLE FIELD: CHRISTIAN POULSEN

Another Roy Hodgson signing. Poulsen seemed to have the makings of a solid addition: a regular on the international scene with Denmark and a semi-final with Juventus.

But Daniel Agger, Poulsen’s Danish partner, warned: “Maybe I’ll find the rhythm here a bit of a culture shock; you’ll have to get used to the extra high tempo and you won’t be able to drink latte like you do in Italy.

If it was the lattes, only Poulsen knows, but his name is another on the list of players who only lasted one season at the club before heading to new pastures. He joined the French Evian in the summer of 2011.

Christian Poulsen was another failure Liverpool signed when Hodgson was manager

Christian Poulsen was another failure Liverpool signed when Hodgson was manager

Christian Poulsen was another failure Liverpool signed when Hodgson was manager

FORWARD: MILAN JOVANOVIC

In fairness to Jovanovic, he agreed to join Liverpool when Benitez was manager and was greeted by his replacement, Roy Hodgson, when the deal was completed in 2010.

Like Messers Poulsen and Konchesky, Jovanovic left after one season and his last appearance was in February 2011.

He scored two goals for Liverpool in 18 games – one in a Europa League match and one in the disgraceful League Cup loss to Northampton.

Striker Milan Jovanovic arrived amid a difficult period in Liverpool's recent history

Striker Milan Jovanovic arrived amid a difficult period in Liverpool's recent history

Striker Milan Jovanovic arrived amid a difficult period in Liverpool’s recent history

FORWARD: MARIO BALOTELLI

The arrival of the Italian for 16 million pounds is the one that best summarizes the chaos that followed Liverpool’s transfer strategy after the departure of Luis Suárez.

Balotelli had proven his talents in starts and starts with Manchester City and manager Brendan Rodgers was forced to take a chance with him after Suarez left in 2014.

But Rodgers couldn’t get the striker down and Balotelli toiled for Liverpool, scoring just four times in 28 appearances in all competitions.

He signed a four-year contract when he arrived in 2014, but in 2015 he was back at the old club AC Milan and that was the best for everyone involved.

Mario Balotelli scored just four goals in 28 appearances after his surprise move for Liverpool

Mario Balotelli scored just four goals in 28 appearances after his surprise move for Liverpool

Mario Balotelli scored just four goals in 28 appearances after his surprise move for Liverpool

AHEAD: THE HADJI DIOUF

Signed after a brilliant World Cup with Senegal in 2002, El Hadji Diouf arrived at Anfield surrounded by excitement.

But it was a monumental failure on Merseyside, he couldn’t find that form on the international stage, got caught in a row of spitting in a cup clash with Celtic and, to further win the affection of Liverpool fans, struck with frequency to Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher. .

After two years, 80 matches and just six goals, Diouf joined Bolton on loan in a move that eventually became permanent.

El Hadji Diouf arrived amid a flurry of excitement, but it was a huge disappointment for Anfield.

El Hadji Diouf arrived amid a flurry of excitement, but it was a huge disappointment for Anfield.

El Hadji Diouf arrived amid a flurry of excitement, but it was a huge disappointment for Anfield.

An eleven of Liverpool's biggest failures of the Premier League era at Anfield

An eleven of Liverpool's biggest failures of the Premier League era at Anfield

An eleven of Liverpool’s biggest failures of the Premier League era at Anfield

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