Besiktas want to cancel Loris Karius’ loan deal and send him back to Liverpool

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Loris Karius’ future is very much uncertain.

Th German goalkeeper is on loan until Besiktas until the end of the season but there appears to be no place for him at Liverpool.

And the chances of him sticking around at Besiktas are very much doubtful.

The Turkish club have lost patience with the 26-year-old, according to Turkish publication Takvim, and are eyeing new goalkeepers.

And they are even prepared to cut short Karius’ loan deal.

The report claims they want to terminate his loan in January and send him back to Liverpool.

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Karius has disappointed for Besiktas so far this season, with little evidence to show he’s bounced back from a dismal end to his Liverpool career.

His blunder against Slovan Bratislava in the Europa League in September showed he remains error-prone.

And if he isn’t good enough for Besiktas, he certainly isn’t good enough for Liverpool.

Alisson Becker is a world-class goalkeeper and Adrian is a capable backup to the Brazilian.

Karius’ contract at Liverpool runs until 2021 but the club will do everything they can to ship him next year.

That would come as a blow to the former Mainz ‘keeper, who hasn’t given up hope of playing for Liverpool again.

“Will I play for Liverpool again? Of course it's an option and a good option to still be there,” he said earlier in October, per the Daily Mail.

Maybe I'll play for them again, you never know. It's still far ahead.

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In all honesty, it would take something drastic for that to happen.

Alisson is the No.1 at Anfield. The 27-year-old has been a revelation since joining Liverpool in 2018.

And Adrian showed that he’s one of the best backup goalkeepers around when he replaced the injured Alisson for 11 matches earlier in the season.

Besiktas don’t want Karius and Liverpool simply don’t need him.

And let's face it, nobody on Merseyside has forgotten that Champions League final performance against Real Madrid.

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