Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius has confirmed he wants to remain on loan with Besiktas next season. The 25-year-old is halfway through a two-year loan deal with the Turkish giants and he has made 29 appearances in the Turkish top flight this season.
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Karius’ deal was expected to end this summer after he was heavily criticised by manager Senol Gunes. However, he has managed to tempt the club to keep hold of him and he claims he will not return to Anfield. He told reporters: “I think that if all parties are happy and satisfied, I will continue.
My contract with Besiktas continues.” Karius’ loan deal will be made permanent if certain performance criteria are met, with the Reds set to scoop 20 percent of the deal due to a sell on clause. The German has not played for Liverpool since making a number of errors during pre-season in 2018, while he is remembered for his costly mistakes in the 2018 Champions League final against Real Madrid.