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Loris Karius is set to be on the move again with Union Berlin favourites to sign the keeper on a season-long loan.

Karius has had a problematic last few seasons of his career stemming from his calamitous performance in the 2018 Champions League Final.

With Jurgen Klopp realising that he needed a World Class custodian, he purchased Alisson and the German was sent on his way to Besiktas.

The fortunes of both parties could not be more stark since they went their separate ways.

As Liverpool have gone on to win countless trophies on the domestic front and global stage, the spell of Karius at the Turkish giants was turbulent to say the least with public criticism of his performances by manager Senol Gunes and ending with the 27- year canceling his contract due to unpaid wages.

With Alisson firmly entrenched as not only the No 1 keeper at the club but arguably in World Football and Adrian proving a solid deputy, there is no way back for Karius at the Reds even though he has two years to run on his existing deal.

 

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The Echo reports that the formalities with the German club should be settled by early next week.

Union Berlin managing director Oliver Ruhmert spoke after his their 1-1 draw against Borussia Mönchengladbach on Saturday saying:

“He could be a possible newcomer,”

Karius is just one player that Jurgen Klopp will be looking to offload before the transfer window closes along with the likes of Rhian Brewster, Harry Wilson and Marko Grujic all linked with moves away from the club.


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He will have a few games where he doesn't make a ridiculous amount of mistakes then think he's one of the top keepers in the world. He will then start posting stupid stuff on Instagram and then make some horrendous mistakes, get dropped and come back next summer again. 

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1 hour ago, Doctor Troy said:

He will have a few games where he doesn't make a ridiculous amount of mistakes then think he's one of the top keepers in the world. He will then start posting stupid stuff on Instagram and then make some horrendous mistakes, get dropped and come back next summer again. 

Repping this to cancel out Code's inevitable neg.

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My cus' who is spending loads of time in hospital with his boy who has just been diagnosed with cancer got a lovely Facebook video message from him the other day.

 

Good luck Loris.

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They may not be getting a keeper that is any good but what they are getting is a good looking lad that's not afraid to show his emotions.

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1 hour ago, dockers_strike said:

Jesus fucking christ. Whatever happened to 'When you walk through a storm, hold your head up high' never mind 'You'll never walk alone'?

He won’t be alone. There are 3.7m people in Berlin. 

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10 hours ago, JagSquared said:

This could be his last chance as I think his contract ends next season and if he doesn’t perform on loan I can’t see anyone going for him again. 

 

Harsh, I think Tranmere need a third choice goalie. 

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6 minutes ago, Stront19m Dog™ said:

 

Harsh, I think Tranmere need a third choice goalie. 

Think they'd be more likely to take Achterberg back off us.

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18 hours ago, Anubis said:

He won’t be alone. There are 3.7m people in Berlin. 

3.8 next week for the Battle of Berlin. 

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28 minutes ago, dockers_strike said:

Medical arranged after club accept 'significant loan' offer for Karius from Union Berlin.

“We’ll pay for the taxi to the airport and LFC cover every thing else.”

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