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Liverpool fans react as club reportedly agree to send Loris Karius to Wolves on loan

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Liverpool fans react as club reportedly agree to send Loris Karius to Wolves on loan

Liverpool have reportedly agreed to send Loris Karius to Wolverhampton Wanderers on loan next season as the goalkeeper returns to Anfield from Besiktas – and Reds supporters have reacted on Twitter to the potential agreement.

Turkish outlet Fanatik have claimed that 26-year-old Karius is set to leave Besiktas early, with just under three months left to go on his two-year loan at the SuperLig outfit. He has played 67 times for Besiktas since joining them in the summer of 2018.

Karius last played for Liverpool in the 2018 Champions League final but made two catastophic errors that led to goals for Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale. Real won 3-1, and although Liverpool won the trophy a year later, Karius has been thrown out.

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Returning to Liverpool this summer, Karius is unlikely to have any future at the club with Adrian impressing in Alisson’s place when called upon between the sticks. Fanatik also claim that the former Mainz ace seems to be on his way to Wolves.

The Midlands outfit currently boast Portuguese veteran Rui Patricio as their number one, while John Ruddy is the club’s second-choice goalkeeper. Ruddy’s contract, though, expires in June and Karius is likely to replace him.

Liverpool supporters reacted on Twitter to the news that their club have agreed a move for Karius to move to Molineux, which is likely to see Karius play in Cup games and help Wolves in their pursuit of the Europa League trophy.


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