Report: Liverpool player unused since 2018 back in training, but there's no chance Klopp picks him
Loris Karius is back in Liverpool training after returning from a loan spell with Union Berlin, but he knows that he has no future at the club, Goal.com report.
The return of Karius
Karius has not been seen in a Liverpool shirt since 2018, after a disastrous Champions League final against Real Madrid.
He has since been sent out on loans across Europe, but remains under contract with the Reds.
Karius is now back training with Liverpool and has been taken out to Austria on pre-season tour with Jurgen Klopp’s side.
However, Goal say that there is no chance Karius forces his way back into Liverpool’s plans.
The Reds are happy with their goalkeeping options currently, and he will not even be given a back-up role.
Not much interest
The problem for Liverpool is that interest is said to be minimal in Karius.
As a result he is proving difficult to shift, which may be frustrating for Liverpool.
Klopp’s men appear to be in need of raising funds before making additions of their own, and if they could offload Karius it would help to boost their transfer kitty.
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