Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius is eager to spend the final season of his Reds contract on loan with Union Berlin.
The 27-year-old player is on loan within the German capital after falling in his favor under Jurgen Klopp at Anfield.
He was responsible for 2 of the goals scored in Real Madrid’s Champions League victory over Liverpool back in Might 2018.
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Ever since then, his career within the Premier League has largely regarded over.
When requested about extending his spell with Union Berlin, Karius instructed Sport Bild (by way of Goal): “I nonetheless have a contract with Liverpool till 2022. However, in fact, I can think about staying in Berlin if every thing matches.
“I am not just passing right here. The mindset of the folks and the team spirit are good for me. ”
If Karius prolonged his loan deal for one more season it could see him keep away from Liverpool’s awkward return.
The shot blocker would be capable of join the Union completely as soon as his contract with the Reds expires in June 2022.
He has began 4 of his last 5 video games at Bundesliga and stored a clear sheet in the course of the current win over Freiburg.
Union sees Karius as an efficient backup for present primary Andreas Luthe. The 33-year-old has stored Karius on the bench for a lot of the marketing campaign however lately needed to take a particular leave, dropping three video games.
Klopp and Liverpool solved their keeper nightmare by signing Alisson Becker for £ 67million in July 2018.
The Brazilian international was the world’s most costly keeper on the time however has since proved its price.
He played within the 2019 Champions League final as Liverpool beat Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs.
He additionally recorded a formidable 15 clear sheets last season because the Reds gained their first ever Premier League title.
Alisson’s backup is Adrian, a keeper not with out its faults.
However Karius is on the cusp of calls for and seems to leave Liverpool with out even returning.